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(From Guardian Unlimited)
The government's revised plans to allow judges to impose controversial house arrest "control orders" on terrorism suspects may still breach the European convention on human rights, MPs and peers warned today.
The all-party joint committee on human rights said the home secretary's changes to the new terror bill may not go far enough.
Charles Clarke backed down on Monday on proposals which would allow him, as home secretary, to impose the orders on a suspect, instead of allowing judges to make the initial decision.
But the committee questioned today whether the degree of judicial involvement allowed for in the …