CAGE

CAGE
11 December 2020Feature

A new report from CAGE looks at 20 years of the Terrorism Act 2000

Over the last 20 years since the introduction of the Terrorism Act 2000 (TACT), the British counter-terrorism (CT) regime has expanded to historically-unprecedented levels.

Successive, almost annual reviews of legislation within a racist, fear-based environment have resulted in a near-limitless policing apparatus, and a two-tier justice system that undermines democratic governance.

Only 11.6 percent of ‘terror arrests’ have resulted in terrorist convictions since the TACT…