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1. Human rights and the law / Jesse Norman MP 2. They've got your number: the silent boom in mass surveillance / Guy Herbert 3. Freedom is a one nation issue / Damian Green MP 4. Powers of entry to private property / Harry Snook 5. Is the bully state on the run? / Brian Monteith 6. Freedom and liberty under the coalition / Philip Johnston 7. Immigration, asylum an civil liberties / Daniel Hamilton 8. Inventing new crimes and suppressing free speech / David Green 9. Stereotypes, chibboleths and civil rights / Terri Dowty 10. A license to interfere / Josie Appleton 11. Freedom and the European Union / Simon Richards 12. Criminal evidence and civil liberties / Julian Hummpert MP 13. How UK internet regulation is killing business and stifling freedom / Dominique Lazanski 14. A land of liberty? / Leo Mckinstry 15. Google street view: a systematic intrusion on privacy / Alex Deane 16. Freedom is a strength / David Davis MP 17. If you want to roll beack the 'state', the 'state' includes the European Union / Stepehen Booth 18. Liberty lost, democracy denied: the dual attack on Britain's tradition of freedom / Dominic Raab MP 19. Does the human rights act really protect our freedoms? / Francis Hoar 20. Against the Equality Act / Jason Smith 21. Eternal vigilance can only be part of the strategy / Mark Littlewood 22. The Department of 'No' / Toby Stevens 23. Body scanners / Alex Deane 24. Libel & liberty: the case for reform of our defamation laws / Michael Harris 25. Privacy under the coalition / Simon Davies 26. The case for a British Bill of Rights / Martin Howe QC 27. European privacy in the internet age / Luca Bolognini, Stefano Mele, Pietro Paganini.