Q&A Civil Liberties & Human Rights 2013-2014
Routledge – 2013 – 304 pages
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Introduction 1. Freedom of Expression 2.Official Secrecy and Freedom of Information 3. Freedom of Assembly and Association 4. Privacy 5. Police Powers and Counter Terrorist Measures: The Rights of Suspects 6. Prisoners' Rights 7. Freedom of Movement 8. Freedom From Discrimination 9. The Human Rights Act 1998 and the European Convention on Human Rights
Helen Fenwick, BA, LLB, is Professor of Law at the University of Durham.
Kevin Kerrigan is a Lecturer in Law at Northumbria Law School.