Policy paper

Counter-terrorism policy and human rights: response to 19th report of the Joint Committee on Human Rights

This publication was published under the 2005 to 2010 Labour government

The government response to the 19th report from the Joint Committee on Human Rights (session 2006 to 2007, HL 157 HC 394).

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Counter-terrorism policy and human rights - 28 days, intercept and post-charge questioning: government response to 19th report of the Joint Committee on Human Rights

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The committee published its report ‘Counter-terrorism policy and human rights: 28 days, intercept and post-charge questioning’ on 1 September 2007 and included a number of recommendations. The government has considered the committee’s recommendations carefully and this paper sets out the government’s response.