Is There a Fundamental Tension at the Heart of the Human Rights Act?

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Abstract

The present paper argues that the discontents with the existing system of human rights protection in the United Kingdom that was created by the Human Rights Act do have a valid core and it is not unreasonable to claim that the system has a built-in structural flaw.

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Publication statusPublished - 16 Jun 2017

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Keywords

  • Human Rights Act 1998
  • ECHR
  • Human Rights
  • Constitutional Review

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Is There a Fundamental Tension at the Heart of the Human Rights Act? / Gyorfi, Tamas.

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