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The Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001, forced through Parliament in December 2001, was a main plank of the government's response to the events of 11 September. Clive Walker is a leading authority on domestic anti-terrorism laws in the UK.
The book provides practical commentary and expert analysis, with a particular focus on human rights issues.
Part of Blackstone's successful Guide series, The Terrorism Act 2000 marked an important new phase in the laws against political violence within the United Kingdom. The Act established a more unified regime and brought about important modifications, including changes in the definition of "terrorism" to which the Act applies, new powers and offences as well as some novel safeguards in the ways they operate
The government's response to the events of 11 September has now resulted in the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001, which provides further measures on terrorist financing, immigration procedures, police powers and nuclear and aviation security.
Blackstone's Guide to the Anti-terrorism Legislation provides a full commentary to both Acts and considers the political motivation and background to their enactment. The practical implementation of the legislation is also examined, not least with reference to the Human Rights Act 1998.
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