Briefing – The Bill of Rights: Undoing Two Decades of Human Rights Progress

This briefing is intended to provide an overview of the vital contribution of the Human Rights Act 1998 to the UK’s domestic human rights framework over the twenty years since its enactment, before examining the origins of the new Rights Removal Bill, its contents, and its implications. This briefing ends by recommending policies that would provide a better basis for strengthening our Human Rights framework.

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