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Joint Committee on Human Rights
Accepting written submissions; the deadline is Friday 14 September 2018.
20 years on the Joint Committee on Human Rights asks whether the Human Rights Act has been effective, and whether rights truly have been “brought home” with a greater understanding of the UK-specific context (than the Strasbourg Court).
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Joint Committee on Human Rights launches inquiry into 20 years of the Human Rights Act