The profound importance of the right to liberty and security of the person has been repeatedly emphasised by the European Court of Human Rights1. At its core Article 52 protects the individual against arbitrary dispossession of his right to liberty3: its focus is on the physical liberty of the person, which does not encompass concepts such as physical integrity or safety
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