Tuesday, October 21, 2003

Xenephobia and Racism Laws

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EU Presidency Statement Elimination of Racism and Racial Discrimination
We also stress the need of taking into account the problem of multiple discrimination. We often witness multiple or aggravated forms of discrimination based on other related grounds such as sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, social origin, sexual orientation, work, property, birth or any other status.
32 pretexts to which EAW will apply but which do not correspond with a crime in the UK

Free speech: what the EU proposes - European Arrest Warrant (PDF required)
The new EU arrest warrant and deportation procedures apply to 32 specified offences. By no means all of these are recognised and defined as crimes under British criminal law. For example there were in the UK before the arrival of this Brussels directive no such crimes as racism and xenophobia. Yet there has apparently been no parliamentary debate about the incorporation of these new crimes into the British legal system, no debate in which their nature might have been explained and some independent justification offered for their incorporation.
We have been calling on the Home Office to protect British citizens from extradition for so called “thought crimes” such as xenophobia or racism which are not currently crimes in the U.K. Britons could now face trial for broadcasting xenophobic remarks in an internet chatroom for example.
Britons face extradition for 'thought crime' on net
The proposed EU directive would extend the offences of racism and xenophobia to include discrimination on the grounds of religious conviction - something that was dropped by the Government more than a year ago following fierce opposition.
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Proposal for a Council framework
Decision on the European arrest warrant and the surrender procedures between the Member States (PDF requried)
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Britons face extradition for 'thought crime' on net
by Philip Johnston, Home Affairs Editor for The Telgraph
European Thought Police Could Reach into U.S.


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