The Meaning of Racially Aggravated Crime: a New Decision From the House of Lords

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On 1st February 2007, the House of Lords gave a decision on the case of R v Rogers. The decision was taken unanimously by a panel of five judges. The main judgment was that of Baroness Hale of Richmond.

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xenophobia, racism

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Goldby, M., (2007) “The Meaning of Racially Aggravated Crime: a New Decision From the House of Lords”, Opticon1826 2.

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Miriam Goldby (UCL)

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