The Human Rights Act protects everybody in the UK, and the rights contained in the Act belong to everyone in the UK. This is a key feature of human rights- they are universal and apply to everyone. They are not gifts from the Government or rewards that you earn. You do not need to be a UK citizen to have these rights under the Human Rights Act. The rights in the Human Rights Act are there for everyone; they act as a safety net and offer protection for those who may be the most vulnerable.
The starting point for human rights is the same for everyone, no matter who they are. For some people however, this may require more action from the state or public authorities to realise the rights in the Human Rights Act. The Human Rights Act encourages an individualised approach which means that realising human rights may mean different things to different people.