Cameron wants home-grown LAWS
"So I believe that the time has now come for a new solution that protects liberties in this country that is home-grown and sensitive to Britain's legal inheritance that enables people to feel they have ownership of their rights and one which at the same time enables a British Home Secretary to strike a common-sense balance between civil liberties and the protection of public security.
The Conservative Party, under my leadership, is determined to provide a hard-nosed defence of security and freedom".
David Cameron's Speech to the Centre for Policy Studies, London today
Well David, does this mean, that when you are in power, you will repeal the European Communities Act 1972 For it was the European Union's Amsterdam Treaty and not the ECHR that abolished Trial by Jury and Habeas Corpus.
I am not sure if it is home-grown, his hard-nosed argument looks half-baked to me.