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Topic: European Court of Human Rights

British high court rejects challenges to assisted suicide laws

A majority of judges felt it was better for Parliament to decide on the legality of assisted suicide

Ken Clarke says Ukip voters are closet racists and loonies. Well, I’m not a racist. And Clarke would have had us in the eurozone: he’s the loonie, surely?

Ukip policies are mostly either sensible or profoundly right. So until the Tories come to their senses I shall be voting for them

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Mr Cameron said that if necessary, he will legislate to make it clear that people can wear religious symbols at work. So: when’s he going to do it?

Three out of four claimants who say their religious rights have been infringed have been rejected by Strasbourg. What about them, Mr Cameron?

European court rules on religious freedom cases

Out of the four British Christians who claimed discrimination only Nadia Eweida, employee of British Airways, won her appeal

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International justice, whether in the Hague or in Strasbourg, has done nothing either to deter genocide or defend human rights

The existence of the International Criminal Court has probably led to tens of thousands of deaths. As for human rights…

It isn’t just that Cameron is wrong when he claims we won’t be forced to conduct ‘gay marriages’ in church: that’s just what he’s telling his constituents

The ECHR has made the law quite clear: unless we repudiate the court, that’s what will happen

Margaret Forrester was fired by the NHS for giving a booklet on the effects of abortion to a colleague who made no complaint: how deep will this purge go?

Anti-abortion doctors are threatened with being struck off: now this totalitarian sacking. What’s next?

The Cross is ‘a requirement of the Christian faith’

Perhaps it is time we followed the example of Bishop Nazir Ali and Cardinal O’Brien