Round-up: five posts on the constitutional problems with Human Rights Act repeal

11th May 2015

From before the general election:

Human Rights, Devolution and the Constrained Authority of the Westminster Parliament by Colm O’Cinneide

Will devolution scupper Conservative plans for a “British” Bill of Rights? by Aileen McHarg

 

Since the general election:

Scotland and Human Rights Act abolition… by Lallands Peat Worrier

Replacing the Human Rights Act: the House of Lords, the Parliament Acts and the Salisbury Convention by Dr Mark Elliott

Michael Gove’s attempt to repeal the Human Rights Act faces almost insurmountable odds by Matthew Scott

 

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