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Occupy Democracy launches a legal challenge today against the Mayor of London’s decision to fence off Parliament Square Gardens halfway through a 10-day peaceful protest in October 2014.
Liberty has responded to the Draft Investigatory Powers Bill, saying it contains sweeping new powers for public bodies to track and hack British people’s communications – while failing to include the most basic privacy safeguards.
Liberty has delivered a letter to Newport City Council urging it to abandon plans which it says constitute a major threat to civil liberties and an "affront" to the city’s Chartist legacy.
Nominees for the Liberty Human Rights Awards announced this week include ground-breaking activists, fearless young campaigners, lawyers and artists.
Liberty has urged Birmingham City Council to abandon plans which it says pose a significant threat to protest rights and civil liberties.
On the weekend of Nelson Mandela's birthday, prominent South Africans have united to urge the UK Government to reconsider plans to repeal the Human Rights Act.
Liberty has welcomed the call of the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation for a fundamental overhaul of the laws governing State surveillance.
Authorities who had demanded climate change campaigners pay to march peacefully in London have bowed to pressure from Liberty, protesters and the public.
Liberty has announced it will seek a Judicial Review of the Government’s “emergency” surveillance law on behalf of MPs David Davis and Tom Watson
The civil liberties and human rights organisatio Liberty has applied for a fresh inquest into the death of a young British Army recruit at Deepcut barracks.
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