British civil liberties under siege


ALMOST 150 complaints have been made to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) after angry clashes between police and protesters during the G20 summit, the watchdog revealed on Thursday: here.

This music video says about itself:

Angelic Upstarts – The Murder of Liddle Towers

Classic debut single from the Upstarts, championing the cause of the Birtley boxer who died after a night in a police cell.

New video footage—showing a vicious police assault on a young woman—has provided further proof of indiscriminate police violence during the G20 protests earlier this month: here.

POLICE violence at the G20 is a sign of worse to come, the Morning Star’s political editor has warned: here.

FREELANCE press photographer Jess Hurd has welcomed an apology from Kent police after they stopped and searched her four times while covering last year’s climate camp: here.

Police delete London tourists’ photos ‘to prevent terrorism’: here.

CIVIL rights campaigners condemned Home Secretary Jacqui Smith on Friday for dodging the issue over council snooping powers: here.

Jacqui Plays the Terror Card – As I Predicted: here.

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