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by Patricia Hewitt

Author: Patricia Hewitt
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Blackwell Pub (October 1, 1982)
Pages: 295 pages
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Book Condition: This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. Series: Law in Society Series. Hardcover: 295 pages. Publisher: Blackwell Pub (September 1, 1982).

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More by Patricia Hewitt. About Time: The Revolution in Work and Family Life. Wendy Rose-Neil, Patricia Hewitt.

The press release came out as NCCL issued a report on sexual law reforms, The Sun said.

Former Labour cabinet minister was general secretary of NCCL in 1970s. Hewitt says she takes responsibility for the mistakes made at the time. David Cameron believe Miss Hewitt is 'right' to apolgise, piling further pressure on Harriet Harman and her shadow minister husband. The press release came out as NCCL issued a report on sexual law reforms, The Sun said. In further remarks, Miss Hewitt added: ‘The report argues that the crime of incest should be abolished.

Civil liberties are guarantees and freedoms that liberal governments commit not to abridge, either by legislation or judicial interpretation, without due process.

Civil liberties are guarantees and freedoms that liberal governments commit not to abridge, either by legislation or judicial interpretation, without due process

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Civil liberties’ is a more convenient title than ‘civil rights’, for that term has acquired . Cable J. (1987) Civil Liberties in Britain. In: Political Institutions and Issues in Britain. Palgrave Macmillan, London.

Civil liberties’ is a more convenient title than ‘civil rights’, for that term has acquired in the United States the narrower meaning of ‘rights of ethnic minorities’. Human rights’ would be a misleading alternative, for different nations - even the same nations in different eras - have had very various ideas about the ‘rights’ or the ‘liberties’ their citizens are entitled to expect. HEWITT, PATRICIA (1982) The Abuse of Power: Civil Liberties in the United Kingdom (Martin Robertson, Oxford).

Hewitt, P. The Abuse of Power: Civil Liberties in the United Kingdom . Gostin, . ‘From a Civil Libertarian to a Sanitarian’, Journal of Law and Society, 34:4 (2007), pp. 594–616

Hewitt, P. The Abuse of Power: Civil Liberties in the United Kingdom (Oxford, 1982). Hill, P. Stolen Years: Before and After Guildford (London, 1990). Hobson, J. A. Democracy and a Changing Civilisation (London, 1934). Thornton, P. Decade of Decline: Civil Liberties in the Thatcher Era (London, 1989). Unknown, The Black Book of Political Police in Britain (London, 1971). 594–616. Gostin, L. ‘From a Civil Libertarian to a Sanitarian: A Life of Learning ’, Presidential Address to the Faculty Convocation Georgetown University Law Centre, 3 March 2010.

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