Jeremy Corbyn: You don’t defeat terrorism by ripping up human rights – BBC News

Jeremy Corbyn says he does not want politicians making decisions outside of the law and deciding the fate of individuals. The Labour leader was reacting to Theresa May’s pledge to change human rights laws if they hamper a crackdown on terror suspects. He argued that if democracy is under threat, then you strengthen it to deal with that threat.

“We won’t defeat terrorism by ripping up our basic rights and democracy, but by police action to isolate and detain those who wish us harm,” he told BBC Breakfast

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