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Abolish UK inclusion in the European Convention of Human Rights

Comment 1st July 2010

Abolish UK inclusion in the European Convention of Human Rights

Why does this matter?

This matters that are covered by this legislation are already covered in previous legislation passed by Parliament. This legislation discriminated against law abiding citizens and provides protection against criminals and illegal immigrants, in that it is not applied proportionally. People who break the law should have reduced cover under the act as it was intended, when first introduced after the Second World War. There are many other acts in place that provide equal or more protection ie CPIA 1996, Bill Of Rights Act 1669, Common Law, Trade Union Legislation, Working Time Directives, Police & Criminal Evidence Act 1984 and Section 134 of the Criminal Justice Act 1988. These are but a few examples of the duplicity of the European Convention of Human Rights. Ultimately this act is not in the best interest of the UK

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