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Human Rights Act 1998

Comment 19th July 2010

Repeal the entire Human Rights Act 1998.

Once the process for repeal is under way, begin to draft a new Human Rights Act – based on English law and precedent, rather than on European law.

Ensure that the new Human Rights Act contains provisions for protecting the rights of citizens of the UK who are not currently the serving a sentence for breaking UK laws.

Why does this matter?

The current Human Rights Act 1998 is formed in such a way that makes it open to abuse by non-citizens of the UK and citizens currently serving sentences for breaking UK laws.

The Human Rights Act, in its current form, hampers the UK government and judiciary in their efforts to control the right to reside in the UK, the right of the citizenry to live their lives free from fear and the threat of harm and the right of the citizenry to have a transparent and effective system of justice.

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