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They can if you are subject to a Notification Order. This is the whole point of an order.
This is about offence management. That will encourage upon human liberties to a degree but given the legitimate aim of atrocity prevention, it is compliant derogation.
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Same rights as anybody else subject to an order. Many many in the UK. But they are reduced if you could serious crime.
All terrorism offences are serious crime.
No, the error was in committing the offence Im afraid. That is what led to this end. The solicitor was absolutely right.
Then you will need to discuss an appeal with your counsel. Although I doubt this had any relevance.
Im sorry but that is just wrong. The civilised world would not disagree as we are bound by the HRA, and anyway, the relevant jurisdiction is the UK.
Not if its outside 28 days.
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You cannot appeal the original conviction now I am afraid. I trust this assists
It depends what you might mean rights for example you have a right to life, right to private and family life and so on. If you mean do your human rights prevent the police continuing to ensure you are complying with the order then no. I trust this assists
Yes they can for example if they are given permission to enter, they can enter if they have suspicion an offence is being committed and they have a warrant, they can enter under the terms of the order. I trust this assists
You do not have a good record you have a criminal conviction for a terrorism offence. I trust this assists
You say it is a faked offence, the fact is you have a criminal conviction whether you think it was faked or not. Beyond that the fact it was "years ago" hardly negates from the seriousness of the matter ultimately what it comes down to is the points I have made above, they can get a warrant, they can enter if they think you are breaching the terms of the order, they can enter if they are invited in. I trust this assists
It does not matter whether or not you think it was an offence, it was an offence and you were convicted of it. I cannot speak for YouTube and Facebook except to say it is not possible for them to monitor all material on their sites and some of it may be material that constitutes a criminal offence. I trust this assists