The UK Freedom Alliance
The UK Freedom Alliance is a civil rights and Civil Liberties group, with no particular political or religious allegiance. We are committed to help everybody defend their Civil Rights & Liberties because by banding together and working together we are much stronger.
The UK Freedom Alliance was formed by like-minded professionals from all walks of life who will lend their time and expertise free of charge. These professionals were inspired by the forming of the World Freedom Alliance and the World Doctors Alliance and have formed close alliances with both these organisations.
We are committed to presenting unbiased facts and informed opinion from independent experts, to the public, so that they can make informed decisions about the current situation. We will use facts and informed opinion from experts to show how the authorities are trying to use the situation to remove our Civil Rights & Liberties that our forbears fought so hard to win for us all.
What are our Civil Rights?
What are our Civil Liberties?
At this moment in time we have seen so many changes in legislation under the current covid19 pandemic and many of these changes are infringing on the Civil Rights and Civil Liberties that previous generations have strived to make the envy of the world.
There has been an ongoing erosion of both Human Rights (Civil Liberties) and Civil Rights in this country for many years. This process has been so insidious and comprehensive that many people have lost sight of what there basic rights are and what is the difference between them.
Human Rights (Civil Liberties) are rights one acquires by being Human and alive.
Civil rights are rights that one obtains by being a legal member of a certain political state.
Any breach of these is in direct contravention of the Human Rights Act 1998, which sets out the fundamental rights and freedoms that everyone in the UK is entitled to. It incorporates the rights set out in the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) into domestic British law. The Human Rights Act came into force in the UK in October 2000.
Human and Civil Rights
Examples of human rights:
- The right to equality and freedom from discrimination.
- The right to life, liberty, and personal security.
- Freedom from torture and degrading treatment.
- The right to equality before the law
- The right to a fair trial.
- The right to privacy.
- Freedom of belief and religion.
- Freedom of opinion.
Examples of civil rights:
- The right to life
- The right to a fair trial
- The right to privacy
- The right to vote
- Freedom of expression
- Freedom of religion or conscience
- Freedom of assembly
- Freedom from torture, inhuman or degrading treatment & slavery