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EU Justice Sub-Committee
Report published on 9 May 2016. No Government response received.
The EU Justice Committee publishes its report on the Government’s proposal to introduce a UK Bill of Rights
The Committee says the evidence they received makes ‘a forceful case’ for the Government to think again on the policy.
The report says that the Government’s proposals:
EU Justice Sub-Committee report urges Government re-think on Bill of Rights proposal