Britain must finally put criminals last with new British Bill of Rights

End law shielding army of villains

WHY should a monster who raped a pregnant woman at knifepoint be allowed to stay in this country so he can enjoy a family life?

And why should our police be legally obliged to warn gangsters that other gangsters may be out to get them?

Because Britain has inflated the rights of the criminals ahead of the victims.

A vast industry of lawyers have turned the Human Rights Act into a shield for an army of villains.

Dominic Raab says most of the public think that this is bonkers.

We think our readers may have a much stronger word than that for it, Mr Raab.

The Justice Secretary says his new British Bill of Rights in the Queen’s Speech on Tuesday will set out to restore some common sense.

He pledges to return lawmaking to elected politicians, curb the power of the European Court in Strasbourg and put a stop to creeping privacy laws. These are bold moves and massively overdue.


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But the true test will be getting them on the statute books and seeing them enacted in our courts.

Too often lately we have seen successive attempts at radical change neutered by the Lords and crushed under the weight of legal appeals.

How many times have we heard tough talk that fails to materialise into any solid form of action?

If the PM wants to turn the tide with voters this is exactly the sort of policy which his Government has to see through.

Get cracking Boris.

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Time to aloo-gobi Keir

SIR Keir Starmer’s defence for his ­lockdown-breaching curry and beer was already thinner than a poppadom.

But now an eyewitness from inside the bash says what everyone always thought: That the Labour leader didn’t do a shred of work after the boozy knees-up.

So much for holier-than-thou Sir Keir’s flimsy excuse that it was a justifiable break late on a Friday night.

Labour has already been caught out after insisting deputy Angela Rayner wasn’t there when she was.

But Durham police must now apply the same rules that the Met did on Boris Johnson and slap a penalty on Sir Keir without delay.

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The Labour hypocrite will then have to do what he shamelessly demanded of Boris — quit.

There is no use looking for an excuse, Sir Keir. There is naan.

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