保守的政府对人权的未来意味着什么 UK?

似乎保守党正在努力形成违约的单人党政府 - 这使其人权改革计划突然比几天前更加相关。清楚 - 在宣言中明确说明 - 是保守党希望看到1998年1998年的人权法,并取代“英国权利法案”。实际上,他们在2010年恰恰是这一点,而是由自由民主党联盟合作伙伴摆脱HRA,而是通过建立英国权利法案的委员会将问题缩进到长草中。什么是明确的是在这样一个权利情况下(去年承诺的草案,但尚未实施)以及通过设计或偶然的立法的通过,以便将英国放出与欧洲人权法庭的碰撞课程将导致英国’退出“公约”。

Of course, it may still be the case that a Conservative government would be unable to implement some or all of these plans on account of lacking a (sufficient) majority, and because of the constraining effects of devolution (the ECHR being, in effect, a constitutional bill of rights for each of the three devolved nations). But it is clear that repeal of the HRA, the adoption of a 英国权利法案 and perhaps even withdrawal from the ECHR are now less unthinkable than they were before the election results were known. I have therefore put together the following short list of blog posts that I have written in recent months concerning human-rights reform, with particular reference to what would happen if the Conservative Party were to be in a position to take some or all of the steps mentioned above: