While the possibility of a British Bill of Rights and Responsibilities (‘the Bill’) has been on the political agenda for some years, only recently has it moved towards becoming a reality, with a consultation promised by the government in 2016.
Melanie Carter takes a closer look at the future of the Bill in light of the result of the EU referendum and the appointment of a new prime minister with a long history of calling for the Human Rights Act 1998 to be revoked.
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Posted on 14/10/2016 in BWB PublicationsBack to Knowledge