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David Cameron declared war on unelected judges yesterday after they put the human rights of paedophiles and rapists before public safety.
The Prime Minister said he was ‘appalled’ that Britain’s 50,000 sex offenders can appeal against being kept on a police register for life.
In a highly-charged intervention, Mr Cameron called for an overhaul of the ‘completely offensive’ rulings from the European Court of Human Rights which have influenced our own judges.‘It’s about time we started making sure decisions are made in this Parliament rather than in the courts,’ Mr Cameron said.
And he announced plans to ensure MPs make laws rather than the judiciary.
A commission will now be established to examine how this Bill could be framed.
The idea would be to deter vexatious claims from serial litigants or criminals attempting to exploit human rights laws for their own personal profit.
Victims groups reacted with fury to the Supreme Court ruling.
Andrew Flanagan, chief executive of the NSPCC, said: ‘Adults who sexually abuse children should stay on the offenders’ register for life as we can never be sure their behaviour will change.’ Lyn Costello, from Mothers Against Murder And Aggression, said: ‘I wonder what’s next?
He said: ‘The language used by the Government in the statement today was extraordinary because it felt like an attack on the judiciary, and in this particular case what the judiciary had done was carry out it’s normal task of interpreting the law as it is.’ A senior Liberal Democrat source said: ‘Any commission is not going to be about detracting from rights, it’s going to be about building on them.
That’s what the coalition agreement says.’There remains huge confusion about what a British Bill of Rights would achieve and how it would be implemented.