BORIS JOHNSON PLANS TO WITHDRAW FROM HUMAN RIGHTS LAWS

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BORIS JOHNSON PLANS TO WITHDRAW FROM HUMAN RIGHTS LAWS

According to the latest reports, The UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is preparing to bow out of specific segments of the Human Rights Act. Furthermore, Whitehall officials are already reviewing methods to alter the human rights legislation.




The United Kingdom Prime Minister is said to be pondering ways to avoid the rules being utilized to stop deportations of asylum seekers and trials of British soldiers.

A re-evaluation of human rights legislation has been implemented across Whitehall and its conclusions will be publicized “in the coming weeks”.

The effort comes after the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson triggered rage in Europe with the Internal Market Bill to prevail part of the Brexit deal he signed in October 2019.

Ministers of Parliament have confessed that it would violate international law but Boris Johnson asserts it is essential to stop the EU “carving up our country”.




In the other hand, he is facing rising criticism from across the political sector, together with rebel Tory Minister of Parliament and former prime ministers Tony Blair and John Major.

Brussels requires the UK to pledge to the European Convention on Human Rights as part of the condition of a Brexit trade agreement.

Then again UK negotiators have declined, demanding that the problem is a matter of “sovereignty”.

The likelihood of opting out of the Human Rights Act after Britain had departed from the EU was elevated when Theresa May was prime minister. She mentioned that during her governance in 2016 that the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) had made it tougher to deport criminals and terror suspects.

Dominic Cummings chief advisor to Boris Johnson is also a critic, stating in 2018 that a referendum on the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) would be “high on the agenda”.




The Tory election manifesto in 2019 promised to “update” the law after Brexit and in February 2020, it was stated that ministers were also observing at hypothetically stopping the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).

Michael Gove, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster in May 2020 acknowledged that the UK was declining to sign up to human rights protections as part of a trade deal so that the UK government has the choice of changing the Human Rights Act.


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