Review of Moss, K. (2011) Balancing Liberty and Security: Human Rights, Human Wrongs

July 1, 2014

A Review of Balancing Liberty and Security: Human Rights, Human Wrongs K. Moss. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (2011) 251pp. £52.00hb ISBN 978-0-230-23029-3

The Howard Journal Vol 53 No 3. July 2014 ISSN 0265-5527, pp. 314–322 315 © 2014 The Howard League and John Wiley & Sons Ltd

In this book, Kate Moss draws attention (as few others have done) to the pandemic proportions of the onslaught of the government of the United Kingdom on the civil liberties and the rule of law. The author deploys insights from law and criminology to contend that while government’s concern about public safety is a legitimate one, there is serious cause for worry about holding the balance between human rights and security.

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