Home Secretary Theresa May will today set out to MPs her plans to curb the powers of judges to block the deportation of foreign criminals on human rights grounds.
In a Commons statement, she will say she intends to seek backing of Parliament for new guidelines spelling out how the courts should apply the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) in such cases.
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