NCCL


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NCCL

abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) National Council for Civil Liberties
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A spokeswoman for Harriet Harman said the Labour deputy leader never had anything to do with PIE in her role as a junior legal officer at the NCCL from 1978 to 1982.
Hence the costs incurred by NCCL during said extension of contract time due to ROW problems should not be charged to government funds.
But she ducked questions as her allies said she had no plans to go beyond her expression of "regret" over links between PIE and the NCCL, where she was legal officer from 1978 to 1982.
According to reports, Ms Hewitt's name was on an NCCL press release in March 1976 which called for a reduction in the age of consent and the legalisation of incest.
Ms Hewitt last night denied backing plans to lower the age of consent, although she did admit it was the policy of the NCCL.
Mr Dromey was a member of the NCCL executive committee from 1970 to 1979, while Ms Harman was the NCCL's legal officer from 1978 to 1982.
The paper's consultant editor Andrew Pierce hit back, saying Ms Harman and her husband Jack Dromey who was also prominent in the NCCL should have done more to disassociate the civil rights body from PIE.
Asked why he didn't simply resign from the NCCL when the Paedophile Information Exchange became involved, he said he believed it was important to stay and fight them.
The minister of state at the Ministry of Defense Major General Yahiya Mohamed Khair at the NCCL ceremony in Khartoum called for focusing on education and counseling among military personnel on the economic and social risks caused by the landmines.
The NCCL granted PIE affiliate status in 1975 after PIE convinced radical gay rights activists that they shared common goals of sexual liberty.
I can answer him, I did and most of it went to WAAM (The Wales Anti-Apartheid Movement) of which I am the founding chairman and then chaired the organisation for 10 years; and Friends of the Earth Cymru (I was chairman for four years); the NCCL (New Liberty) I chaired the Conference and Electoral Committee in London for three years.