The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and United Kingdom Law

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Index
abortion
Covenant, under 179-80
right to life, provisions on 179-80
United Kingdom compliance with provisions 180
administration of justice
change, recommendations for 186
England and Wales, in 185
European Convention, overlap of standards with 187
provisions on 185-7
punishment see punishment
Royal Commission185
United Kingdom law, measurement to Covenant standards 186
affray
offence of 456
aliens
expulsion of
Covenant, under 320-1
deportation see deportation
Gulf War, during 323
national security reasons, for 322-6
UK law and practice 321-6
anorexia nervosa
treatment of 264-5
appeal
conviction of crime, right to on 235-6
armed forces
arrest by 123
homosexuals, dismissal of 558-9
arrest
abuse of discretion 195
arbitrary
fabricated evidence, based on 198
meaning of 126
prohibition of 123, 126, 193, 243
terrorism, in case of 241
armed forces, by 123
arrested person, information give to 123-4
charges, informing of 203
information-gathering, for 198
legal requirements 195
minor offences, for 196
PACE, impact of 196
powers of 194
racially discriminatory basis, on 196
reasonable grounds for suspicion 195, 197
reasons, requirement to give
compliance with 203
interpretation and application 202
provision on 201
Scotland, in 204
UK law and practice 202-4
terrorism offences, for 197
UK law and practice 194-9
unlawful, right to compensation for 209
warrant, under 194
assembly, freedom of
breach of the peace
ban on grounds of 460-1
common law power to prevent 461-3
bye-laws and regulations, control by 446-7
Covenant, under 442-5
highways, use of 446
ICCPR and ECHR compared 647-8
open-air, assemblies in 447
peace, maintaining 458
peaceful, right of 441-3
pre-notification requirements 444, 449-50
public and private space, access to 445-9
public assemblies, conditions for 453
public processions
advance notice of 449-50
banning 451-2
conditions, imposition on 450-1
Northern Ireland, powers in 452-3
regulating conduct at 455-63
Scotland, powers in 452-3
serious public disorder, prevention of 451
raves, regulation of 455
restrictions, test for 443-4
statutory offences, use of 459-61
trespassory assembly 454
UK law and practice 440-2, 445-63
association, freedom of
Alberta Reference 467-9
bargain, right to 488
concerted activities, allowing 468
Covenant, under 466-9
formal limits on 465
freedom not to associate, including 476
GCHQ, ban on trade union membership at 469-70, 479-80, 486
ILO Committee469, 485
ILO Convention 87484-9
interests of members, promotion of 469, 472-3
internal affairs, right to regulate 469-72

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