- Amending human rights laws to get round obstacles to new deportation rules.
- Making the justification or glorification of terrorism anywhere an offence.
- Automatically refusing asylum to anyone linked to terrorism anywhere.
- Banning the alleged extremist group Hizb ut-Tahrir and successor groups to al-Muhajiroun. Acpo says it knows of no intelligence to justify a Hizb ut-Tahrir ban.
This warning may be the key factor that leads the Lords to reject these measures, despite the fire-and-brimstone from the government that they would be "particularly out of touch with public opinion" -- which quite by design is not an enormous concern to many peers when human rights are under threat.