|1. appalling; 2. breaches; 3. a criminal offence; 4. unanimously; 5. unlawful; 6. observe; 7. applications; 8. arbitrary killing; 9. deliberate; 10. incite; 11. discrimination.|
1. The Human rights Act makes it_____ for “public authorities” to act in a way that conflicts with Convention rights.
2. We do not live in some parts of the world in daily fear of the ____ of human rights that are routine in some countries.
3. Those who bring cases to the European Court make ____ to the court for findings that they have suffered a violation of their rights.
4. It is intended to prevent ____by State authorities without due process of law.
5. Torture means ____inhuman treatment causing very serious and cruel suffering.
6. This means that people must be entitled to ____their religion openly.
7. The court decided ____ that the right had been violated.
8. This Article does not give anyone the right to ____crime or encourage racial hatred or disorder.
9. The struggle against ____ has been central to the whole human rights movement.
10. No one should be held guilty of____ if his action was not a criminal offence at the time when he did it.
IX. Fill in the gaps with the appropriate prepositions from the box.
|of, on, out, on, of, by, up, out, to, extremely, by, wherever, to, indeed, with, by, due, as, which, merely, for.|
1. Every Act of Parliament has a preamble, or introductory paragraph, which sets ____ its aims.
2. Only time will tell who is right but the Act has been welcomed ____ the overwhelming majority of judges, lawyers and commentators.
3. The first task of the Council of Europe was to draw ____ a set of universal human rights.
4. This was because for many years we clung ____ the belief that it was____our own Parliament to protect our rights.
5. That could be ____ expensive and take years but now Article 13 of the Convention provides that ____ it is claimed that rights and freedoms have been violated, those who suffered are entitled ____ an “effective remedy”.
6. ____ citizens of the UK we like to think that ____ comparison ____ thosewho lived some parts of the world we are ____ fortunate.
7. He stressed the importance of not treating the Convention ____ as a foreign importation, but of seeing it in the context of English common law, to ____ many fundamental freedoms “are not strangers”.
8. This article is intended to prevent arbitrary killing____ State authorities without ____ process of law.
9. It imposes duties____anyone carrying ____ an arrest that the person detained shall be informed ____ the reasons ____his arrest.
10. No one shall be held guilty ____ any criminal offence____account of any act or omission which didn’t constitute a criminal offence at the time when it was committed.
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