Bill of Rights in the News
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Bill of rights is the wrong call
The common sense of the Australian people tells them they are free. And that a … [bill of rights] would increase litigation, not rights.
A Bill of Wrongs
A review of Geoffrey Robertson’s publication – The Statute of Liberty. Robertson is a London-based human rights lawyer, writer, and sometimes war-crimes judge for the United Nations. He is a strong supporter of “international law”, particularly as defined by the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and now overseen by the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC).
Thought police muscle up in Britain
There are no concentration camps or gulags but there are thought police with unprecedented powers to dictate ways of thinking and sniff out heresy, and there can be harsh punishments for dissent.
Eight reasons why Australia should not have a federal charter of rights
Human rights legislation is unnecessary in a constitutional democracy like Australia and, when introduced, will upset the balance between the legislature and the judiciary, giving the latter more power.
The Wrongs With a Charter of Rights For Victoria
Human Rights’ Protection does not require Bill of Rights.