The excellent Human Rights Blog has a useful summary this morning of where the main political parties stand on the Human Rights Act 1998 (although the Tory policy -- "replace the Human Rights Act with a UK Bill of Rights" - strikes me as deliberately misleading.
In my column for the Law Society Gazette today, I analyse the recent speech on the subject by the Lord Chief Justice and suggest that Lord Judge has been misunderstood.
Joshua Rozenberg is an independent legal commentator who presents Law in Action on BBC Radio 4.
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