Talk:Right to silence in England and Wales
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The article completely fails to mention Schedule 7 f the Terrorism act of 2000. Schedule 7 threatens people detained under it with a prison sentence should they refuse to answer any and all questions posed to them. Even though this is supposed to be only used in terrorism cases, this restriction is not respected in practice. Apparently, UK authorities consider any political activist working against the government or the ruling elites a Terrorist under schedule 7 and treat them accordingly (for examples, see here and here). So why is this not mentioned? Wefa (talk) 19:00, 9 November 2014 (UTC)
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