Re: great britain
I thought that might happen.
Right, a terrorist at the moment can't be charged with harming the larger population because in the H.R.A. as it stands the 'many' do not have human rights, where as the individual does. So, a terrorist can't be deported because it infringes his human right to life.
Well, under the new act, the 'many' does have the same rights and privileges to life as the individual, so, someone who kills someone else (terrorist/criminal) can be deported because the "right to life" of the 'many' out weighs the "right to life" of the individual.