Work Experience Research.

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When was the Human Rights Act passed?
1998.
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What is schedule one of the Human Rights Act?
The Articles.
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What is article 2 of the Human Rights Act?
The right to life.
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What is article 3 of the Human Rights Act?
The prohibition of torture.
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What is article 4 of the Human Rights Act?
The prohibition of slavery and forced labour.
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What is article 5 of the Human Rights Act?
The right to liberty and security.
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What is article 6 of the Human Rights Act?
The right to a fair trial.
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What is article 7 of the Human Rights Act?
No punishment without law.
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What is article 8 of the Human Rights Act?
The right to respect for private and family life.
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What is article 9 of the Human Rights Act?
The freedom of thought, conscience and religion.
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What is article 10 of the Human Rights Act?
Freedom of expression.
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What is article 11 of the Human Rights Act?
Freedom of thought, conscience and religion.
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What is article 12 of the Human Rights Act?
The right to marry.
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What is article 14 of the Human Rights Act?
Prohibition of discrimination.
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What is article 16 of the Human Rights Act?
Restrictions on political activity of aliens.
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What is article 17 of the Human Rights Act?
Prohibition of abuse of rights.
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What is article 18 of the Human Rights Act?
Limitation on use of restrictions of rights.
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What is part three of the Human Rights Act?
The First Protocol.
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What is article 1 of the First Protocol of the Human Rights Act?
The protection of property.
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What is article 2 of the First Protocol of the Human Rights Act?
The right to education.
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What is article 3 of the First Protocol of the Human Rights Act?
The right to free elections.
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What is article 1 of the thirteenth protocol of the Human Rights Act?
The abolition of the death penalty.
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Give the two articles of the sixth protocol of the Human Rights Act.
Article 1: the abolition of the death penalty. Article 2: the death penalty in time of war.
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What is schedule 2 of the Human Rights Act?
Remedial orders.
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What are remedial orders?
Delegated legislation that needs to correct an imbalance between Uk law and the European Convention on Human Rights.
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What is schedule 3 of the Human Rights Act?
Derogation and Reservation.
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What is Derogation and Reservation?
It is when there are temporary changes to a certain law under certain circumstances or when it infringes on another law, such as: on the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act of 2001c.
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What is schedule 4 of the Human Rights Act?
Judicial Pensions.
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Under what act does it say that a person who is found guilty of the possession or creation of explosives in suspicious circumstances is liable for a life imprisonment?
Under the Explosive Substances Act 1883.
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Under what act does it say that a person found guilty of using weaponry to train for terrorism is liable for a life sentence?
The Terrorism Act of 2000.
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When was the Criminal Justice Act passed?
2003.
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What other act does the Criminal Justice Act relate to?
The Serious Crime Act 2007.
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What does the Criminal Justice Act say, in relation to the Serious Crime Act 2007?
That a person can be convicted as if they have carried out a crime, even though they only attempted, conspired, encouraged, aided, counselled and/or abetted to do the specified serious crime.
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Where does the Serious Crime Act apply to?
England and Wales.
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List the thirteen Serious Offences under the Serious Crime Act 2007?
Drug trafficking, slavery, people trafficking, firearms offences, prostitution and child sex, armed robbery, money laundering, fraud, offences in relation to public revenue, bribery, counterfeiting, computer misuse, intellectual property, environment
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Continued...
And organised crime.
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Where did the Tyrer case take place?
The European Court of Human Rights.
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Who recommended that the Tyrer case go to the European Courts?
The European Human Rights Commission.
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When did the judgement take place for the Tyrer case?
On the 25th of April 1978.
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What does article 3 of the European Convention of Human Rights say?
That "no one shall be subjected to torture or to inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment."
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What did the court find the UK guilty of breaching?
The part of article 3 that forbids the use of degrading punishment.
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Why did the court find the Isle of Wight's police force of administering degrading punishment?
As Tyrer was birched over the bare posterior, which can destroy a person's dignity.
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In what two areas of article 3 did the court find the UK not guilty of?
Of administering torturous punishment or inhumane punishment.
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Why could the court not find the punishment of being inhumane and/or torturous?
As the punishment did not inflict enough long-term physical or mental pain for this.
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