The Home Office has said it will appeal against today's decision by a European court that police use of Section 44 stop and search anti-terror powers breaches human rights.

The Home Office has said it will appeal against today’s decision by a European court that police use of Section 44 stop and search anti-terror powers breaches human rights.

Policing and Security Minister David Hanson said: ‘I am disappointed with the ECtHR ruling in this case as we won all other challenges in the UK courts, including at the House of Lords. We are considering the judgement and will seek to appeal.’

READ THE EUROPEAN RULING, IN FULL, HERE

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