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Why we’ll be hurt if we scrap the Human Rights Act

By Prospect Team  

The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg © ALPHA CIT/NEWZULU/PA Images

Read Dominic Grieve’s full piece from this month’s Prospect

In this month’s Prospect, out today, the Conservative former Attorney General Dominic Grieve writes in protest at his party’s plans to scrap the Human Rights Act. The replacement of the Act by a “British Bill of Rights” was one of the Tories’ key election promises, and Grieve is one of a small—but influential—group wthin the party who thinks…

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