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Lord Anderson of Ipswich
Lord Anderson of Ipswich

Lord Anderson of Ipswich

David William Kinloch Anderson

Twitter bio: Barrister at @brickcourt, ex-@terrorwatchdog, cross-bench peer (Lord Anderson of Ipswich KBE QC).

Affiliation: Crossbench

Join Date: 10 Jul 2018

David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
RT @NicolaKohn: 39 Essex Chambers | The Coronavirus Act - implications for education, social care and mental health | 39 Essex Chambers | B…
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
In the meantime, let’s avoid risky behaviour and support our emergency services – police as well as NHS – in their… https://t.co/xgZo2FFNgX
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
If this sensible guidance is followed, both the rule of law and the proud British tradition of police as “citizens… https://t.co/szO6diNlyz
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
The challenge faced by police in getting used (with no time for training) to an unprecedented set of rules affectin… https://t.co/ufAwh5C3K5
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
I have been critical of over-enforcement over the past few days. These reports fuel resentment, frighten the timid… https://t.co/AkBZu0WCH6
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
The police practice group at 5 Essex Court (barristers who advise every E&W police force) have published a most wel… https://t.co/Dqeo8REkRW
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
RT @HLLibResearch: What a fantastic role, working for the Constitution Committee and with @MattKorris. See job and application details at l…
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
@SarahLudford @jeff_a_king @ukcla Most of my insights come from clever people like Jeff!
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
Just a reminder that what can look like policy questions are often legal questions too. Thanks to Robert Simons for… https://t.co/JFW0pS8sfK
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
… which might be a very good thing (though some might criticise it as divisive, or as creating a perverse incentive… https://t.co/4AyocNvW8A
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
If continued restrictions on those who have had the disease would be unjustified for either of both of these reason… https://t.co/scMmJrKgOl
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
This raises serious questions of necessity and proportionality but also (given current reliance on s45G via s45C)… https://t.co/htDuLUoqD6
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
Suppose it to be established that people who have had the virus are no longer infectious, and that their status as… https://t.co/6gHNLuBebU
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
Section 45G (on which the legal basis for the lockdown depends via s45C) requires that (a) P is or may be infected… https://t.co/3ms9aT7kTt
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
Moving on (and noting that Jeff has another instalment still to come), I'll mention a point that is currently large… https://t.co/SaQ0SENVkg
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
We take the same legal route and agree that the courts have a plausible legal basis for holding the lockdown to be… https://t.co/1Knl7G6WzK
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
Delighted to see that the brilliant @jeff_a_king has joined the debate on the legal vires of the lockdown. /1 https://t.co/Angwvgf6XF
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
This sounds promising. Does anyone have a copy? https://t.co/xLPKdIzU5y
David Anderson

David Anderson

@bricksilk
No doubt we will get there in the end: but the anxiety is real and there is no time to waste. /3