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Unclear future for human rights in the UK


The debate in the UK concerning the Human Rights Act and its implications for parliamentary sovereignty is not a new one. During the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham, which ended last Wednesday, leader of the party David Cameron gave more fuel to the discussion by announcing that if the Tories will win next year’s general election he will scrap the Human Rights Act.

The debate in the UK concerning the Human Rights Act and its implications for parliamentary sovereignty is not a new one. During the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham, which ended last Wednesday, leader of the party David Cameron gave more fuel to the discussion by announcing that if the Tories will win next year’s general election he will scrap the Human Rights Act.

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