On 22nd June 2022, the Justice Secretary presented a Bill in Parliament that would replace our Human Rights Act. He's calling it a "Bill of Rights" but it's actually a Rights Removal Bill; it doesn't give us any new rights, it just removes our access to the ones we already have and removes the Government's responsibilities to uphold our rights.

These videos will discuss the difference between Bills and Acts, how a law is made and what this might mean for changes to the Human Rights Act. You can also read this explainer here.

Find out what a Bill is here:

The next stage for the Rights Removal Bill will be the second reading. Find out more about what that means here:

Find out what happens next if the Rights Removal Bill is approved by both the House of Commons and the House of Lords:

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