"The Human Rights act for ever changes the nature of British society, marking a major turning point in British Constitutional history." Discuss
Public Law Essay.
October 2001 saw the full implementation of The Human Rights Act 1998. Its effect was to incorporate the European Convention of Human rights into domestic law. This means that British Citizens can now rely upon Convention Rights in British courts and will not have to 'take the long slow road to the Court in Strasbourg'. A civilised society can only exist when the citizens of the State know their rights, respect their rights and fulfil their own obligations to society. It therefore, follows that knowledge of Human Rights and dignity is the very basics of a civilised an…
- "The Human Rights act for ever changes the nature of British society, marking a major turning point in British Constitutional history." Discuss
- Human Rights
- The Civil Rights Movement
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