What are some laws made by the Parliament that stain civil rights and liberties?

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I need help with this question for my politics hw and I can't find anything online. pls help!!!
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You could talk about counter-terrorism legislation which inevitably 'stains' the civil liberties of suspected terrorists (although I would argue justifiably).

Legislation such as the Prevention of Terrorism Act (2005) introduced control orders which were pretty controversial. There has been numerous pieces of legislation since then, especially around investigatory powers which you could look up.
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(Original post by JOSH4598)
You could talk about counter-terrorism legislation which inevitably 'stains' the civil liberties of suspected terrorists (although I would argue justifiably).

Legislation such as the Prevention of Terrorism Act (2005) introduced control orders which were pretty controversial. There has been numerous pieces of legislation since then, especially around investigatory powers which you could look up.
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the psychoactive substances act for a start quickly followed by any law related to 'national security' which invariably ends up infringing peoples rights.
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