A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

The Joint Committee on Human Rights is a select committee of both the House of Commons and House of Lords in the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The remit of the committee is to consider human rights issues in the United Kingdom. [1]
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March 2011

Facilitating Peaceful Protest

February 2011

The Human Rights Implications of UK Extradition Policy

  • Catherine Heard, Fair Trials International gave evidence on 1 Feb. [4]
  • Jodie Blackstock, Barrister and Senior Legal Officer, EU Justice and Home Affairs, Justice gave evidence on 1 Feb. [4]
  • Sally Ireland, Director of Criminal Justice Policy, Justice gave evidence on 1 Feb. [4]
  • Sophie Farthing, Liberty gave evidence on 1 Feb. [4]
  • Michael Turner, Frank Symeou gave evidence on 1 Feb. [4]
  • Deborah Dark, Edmond Arapi gave evidence on 1 Feb. [4]

December 2010

Facilitating Peaceful Protest

Policing and Protests

  • Aaron Porter, National Union of Students gave evidence on 14 Dec. [3]
  • Simon Hardy, Spokesperson for the National Campaign against Fees and Cuts gave evidence on 14 Dec. [3]
  • Chris Allison, Metropolitan Police gave evidence on 14 Dec. [3]
  • Sue Sim, ACPO lead on Public Order and Public Safety gave evidence on 14 Dec. [3]

November 2010

The Government's Human Rights Policy

  • Mr Kenneth Clarke MP, Lord Chancellor gave evidence on 16 Nov. [2]
  • Lord McNally, Ministry of Justice gave evidence on 16 Nov. [2]
  • Mr Kenneth Clarke MP, Lord Chancellor gave evidence on 16 Nov. [7]
  • Lord McNally, Ministry of Justice gave evidence on 16 Nov. [7]