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The Home Office has less than one month left to file an appeal against an European Court of Human Rights' ruling that found Section 44 to be illegal
Street Rights 15 Mar 2010
Between 1000 and 2000 photographers gathered in Trafalgar Square to defend their rights to take pictures in public places and protest the 'illegal' use of stop-and-search powers against them
Street Rights 27 Jan 2010
Photographers in two-thirds of the country are subject to the rule of Section 44, despite Home Office instructions earlier in the year advising police forces against using the powers to prevent or curtail...
Street Rights 21 Dec 2009
The Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson has admitted that stop-and-search powers granted by the Terrorism Act have to be used with care, but added that 'some officers might get it wrong'...
Street Rights 16 Dec 2009
The City of London Police released video footage taken using a camera phone by an Algerian man in 'hostile reconnaissance' to justify stopping photographers
Street Rights 15 Dec 2009
Following three weeks of intense media coverage, the Metropolitan Police has re-issued to its staff members guidelines on the use of anti-terror legislation on photographers, highlighting the fact that...
Street Rights 14 Dec 2009
Photojournalist Jess Hurd has filed a complaint with the Independent Police Complaints Commission after she was stopped, searched and detained last year while covering a wedding
Street Rights 13 Dec 2009
The Association of Chief Police Officers has issued a call to police forces re-affirming a photographer's right to take images in public places, following a week-long outcry after a journalist was stopped...
Street Rights 09 Dec 2009
Grant Smith, a photographer and former chairman of the Association of Photographers, has been briefly detained by Police after photographing the Bank of America-Merrill Lynch building, BJP has learnt
Street Rights 08 Dec 2009
A commercial photographer, Spike Brown, will be using his one hour on London's Trafalgar Square's fourth plinth to promote the rights of photographers to take photos in public, in partnership with the...
Street Rights 23 Jul 2009
The Metropolitan Police has issued a photography advice guide to its officers and the public, listing the rights of photographers when stopped by police forces in the streets of London
Street Rights 09 Jul 2009
The National Union of Journalists, which held its second annual photography conference yesterday, has reaffirmed it will work to protect its photographers' rights
Street Rights 19 May 2009
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