May 18, 2018

I was arrested at the last royal wedding. This time, the police must protect our right to protest.

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Human Rights Act and Judicial Review – Save Your Rights

For years, our laws and legal processes have made sure ordinary people can hold the powerful to account when they get it wrong. But plans are underway to limit and weaken these essential pillars of our democracy. Take action now to Save Your Rights.

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August 16, 2017

Coalition group slams Met’s plan to use facial rec at Notting Hill Carnival

Coalition including Liberty, Privacy International, StopWatch and Black Lives Matter calls on the Met to abandon their plans.

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Facial Recognition

Facial recognition technology is being used by police and private companies in publicly accessible places. It breaches everyone’s human rights, discriminates against people of colour and is unlawful. It’s time to ban it.

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The Government’s pandemic response has left some people behind. It’s time for a fresh approach that prioritises support and human rights, so everyone is protected during this public health emergency.

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March 17, 2021

Liberty’s view on the Policing Bill: striking at the heart of democracy

For more than 80 years, we’ve fought off many egregious attempts to curtail our rights and we won’t stop now.

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Protest rights

Protest isn’t a gift from the State – it’s our fundamental right. But it has been under attack for years. And now the Government’s Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill will give police even more powers to shut down protests, and will criminalise people for taking to the streets to challenge injustice.

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December 4, 2018

Liberty launches “care don’t share” campaign and report

Liberty and National Education Union call for an end to government data-sharing practices.

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July 5, 2021

Mass petition shows scale of dissent as oppressive Policing Bill returns to Parliament

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January 21, 2020


Court of Appeal rules that an injunction to prevent camping on public land would breach the rights of the communities it targeted

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February 26, 2018

People vs Snoopers’ Charter: High Court to hear first part of legal challenge

High Court to hear first part of Liberty’s landmark challenge to mass surveillance powers in the Investigatory Powers Act

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