On 22nd June 2022, the Government published a new Bill that would get rid of our Human Rights Act. They're calling it the Bill of Rights - but it's exactly the opposite. This is a Rights Removal Bill and represents the latest step in plans to reduce their responsibilities to uphold the human rights protections people rely on every day across the UK.

There's lots to be concerned about in the Government's plans. We've written need-to-know guides on some of our key concerns below. Click on each one to learn more about the issue.

We'll be updating this regularly so make sure to check back for new guides soon.

Rights Removal Bill Need-to-Know: Removing the Section 2 duty of interpretation Rights Removal Bill Need-to-Know: Removing Section 19 Statements of Compatibility

 

 

     

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