Many thanks to our small team of researchers who worked to chronicle some of the most striking examples of the abuses the Convention aimed to help stop. The resulting research documents are published here. You can download PDF versions using the links below:

#1: Innocence is no protection against the governmentʼs laws

#2: Whose life is it anyway?

#3: Has Britain become obsessed with petty minded control?

#4: Labour’s liberal rebels

#5: The personal questions the government wants us to answer

See also a detailed report compiled for us by the UCL Student Human Rights Programme, listing all the liberties we’ve lost in the past decade:

The Abolition of Freedom Act 2009 (pdf)

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An important new report by Privacy International on the Government’s plans to remove protections on personal data:

Sharing the Misery: The UK’s strategy to circumvent data privacy protections