A Briefing Note: The Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill.

The Covert Human Intelligence Sources (Criminal Conduct) Bill is in the process of being considered by Parliament. It is currently at the Committee stage in the House of Lords, having passed the House of Commons.

The provisions of the Bill make far-reaching changes to the law regarding the state’s power to authorise criminal activity and have attracted considerable public scrutiny, and criticism, so far.

In this briefing note, Philip Stott explores and analyses the potential impact of these provisions.

You can read this Briefing Note here.  This article was originally produced for LexisNexis, here.

 

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