Thursday, March 17, 2005

Gypsy evictions frozen for the time being.

Once again, gypsies are shown to have more rights under British and European law than other Britons as all forced evictions have been frozen pending the outcome of a legal case. This will determine if their human rights to a home, family life and privacy could be breached if they are evicted. If successful, the case could presumably have wide ranging implications, whilst not being a lawyer myself, it could add another level of interest between landlords and their tenants if rent is not being paid on time or in full!!

Thankfully their case has only cost British taxpayers £300,000 so far.

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