Terrorism Act

The Terrorism Act may refer to legislation in various countries:

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List Of Terrorist Incidents In Great Britain - Arrests, Detentions, and Other Incidents Related To The Terrorism Acts
... These are cases where either the Terrorism Acts were invoked, or which the authorities alleged were terrorist in nature at the time ... Mery arrested at Southwark tube station on suspicion of terrorism for wearing a jacket "too warm for the season" and carrying a bulky rucksack ... Labour Party Conference, was briefly held under Terrorism Act 2000 powers when he attempted to go back in ...
Civil Liberties In The United Kingdom - New Labour
... Human Rights Act 1998, for the first time this allowed direct appeal in British courts to be made on the basis of the European Convention on Human Rights ... Similarly, the ECHR is drawn from the traditions of every member state, and acts as a method for maintaining minimum standards on which there is general consensus ... Terrorism Act 2000, extended the limit to 7 days detention without charge for terrorist suspects ...
Terrorism Act 2000 - Alleged Abuses - Incidents - Section 44
... International (DSEI) show in London's Docklands, were stopped and searched under the Act ... He was later stopped by police under the Terrorism Act on attempting to re-enter the conference ... The police claimed (incorrectly) that the act made it illegal to take photographs of police officers and vehicles ...
Control Order
... of "protecting members of the public from a risk of terrorism" ... were provided by Parliament in the Prevention of Terrorism Act 2005 ... Control orders were also included in the Australian Anti-Terrorism Act 2005 ...
Terrorism Act, 1967 - Other Provisions
... Other provisions of the Act included the founding of the Bureau of State Security. ...

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