“Plans to make it easier for English local authorities to abolish outdated by-laws and create new ones are to be outlined by the government.”
BBC News, 31st August 2010
from the Inner Temple Library
Court of Appeal
“A bylaw prohibiting camping on land at Aldermaston was not justifiable and violated the rights to freedom of expression and of assembly guaranted by articles 10 and 11 respectively of the European Convention on Human Rights.”
The Times, 25th February 2009
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“Para 7(2)(f) of the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) Aldermaston Byelaws 2007, which prohibited the right of any member of the Women’s Peace Camp to camp within controlled areas on land owned by the Secretary of State for Defence to protest against nuclear weapons was not justifiable and violated the rights to individual freedom of expression and to freedom of peaceful assembly protected by arts 10 and 11 of the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedom.”
WLR Daily, 5th February 2009
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