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 July 1, 2010  Posted by  Court, Featured News, Non-U.S., Surveillance

The Home Office says it is reviewing counter-terrorism laws after a European court decided the government could not appeal against a ruling that said random stop and searches were illegal.

The European Court of Human Rights came to its decision in January and it has now insisted it cannot be challenged.

It followed a case brought by two people stopped by police near an arms fair in London in 2003.

Read more on BBC.

Previous coverage of the ruling here.

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