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The Politics of the Human Rights Act

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The Human Rights Act is the result of post-war changes in Europe. It is the consequence less of the campaigning of dedicated individuals and more of the change in the position of the United Kingdom in Europe and the world. Objections to incorporation of the Convention have given way to the desire to be like the rest of Europe. Traditional views of the judicial role have given way to a perception of the judiciary as the last bastion against an over-powerful executive, unchecked by Parliament.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Cardiff Law School, Cardiff, Wales

Publication date: 1999-03-01

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