Religion and the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act, 2001.


Idriss, M.M. (2002) Religion and the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act, 2001.. Criminal Law Review (November): 890-891


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The Government was forced to withdraw its proposal on “incitement to religious hatred” from Part 5 of the 2001 Act in order to receive the Royal Assent, at the insistence of peers in the House of Lords. The purpose of this article is to consider the arguments for and against the religious hatred clause and to consider the effects of the clause on free speech. This article will also examine the amendments made by Part 5 of the 2001 Act on English criminal law.



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Item TypeArticle
TitleReligion and the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act, 2001.
Authors Idriss, M.M.
Uncontrolled Keywordsfreedom of expression, human rights, racially aggravated offences, religious groups, terrorism
Departments Business, Environment and Society
Business, Environment and Society/Law
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ISSN0011-135X
RAE2008Law (38)
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Deposited on 17-Jun-2010 in Research - Coventry.
Last modified on 19-Sep-2016

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