David Cameron on the Chindamo case as quoted in the Guardian:
The Conservative leader, David Cameron, called for the Human Rights Act, introduced into British law in 1998, to be repealed, saying the tribunal’s decision “flies in the face of common sense”.
“It is a shining example of what is going wrong in our country,” Mr Cameron told the BBC.
“He is someone who has been found guilty of murder and should be deported back to his country … What about the rights of Mrs Lawrence or the victim?”
The victim in the case, Phillip Lawrence, is dead and has been so since 1995, which rather makes your question about his rights somewhat moot.
Just thought I’d mention it.