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Why UK approach to replacing the Human Rights Act is just as worrying as the replacement itself

By Merris Amos, Professor of Human Rights Law, Queen Mary University of London
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The Human Rights Act 1998 came into force just over 20 years ago in October 2000, vastly improving protections for human rights in common law, statute, EU and international law. Now, justice secretary Dominic Raab has confirmed plans to replace it with a UK bill of rights.

What the government is proposing is not merely an “update”…The Conversation

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