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Old 1st November 2013, 16:51   #1 (permalink)
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UK Supreme Court should have final say on human rights cases, not Strasbourg, says Chris Grayling - Telegraph




At last somebody recognises that there are times when the Human Rights Act does not act in the UK's interest.


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Old 1st November 2013, 17:04   #2 (permalink)
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Will the UK be any different to the UCHR though ?
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Old 1st November 2013, 18:27   #3 (permalink)
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The uk should have the fınal say on ALL uk laws
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My own thoughts exactly
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The uk should have the fınal say on ALL uk laws
If the UK opts to be in the EU then you have to follow their (stupid) rules. Unfortunately you canít be selective (?).

Does UK derive any real benefit from membership? If not then the solution is surely obvious.
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If the UK opts to be in the EU then you have to follow their (stupid) rules. Unfortunately you canít be selective (?).

Does UK derive any real benefit from membership? If not then the solution is surely obvious.
hopefully not ın the eu for much longer--and we were never gıven a choıce on the fınal form of the eu as ıt ıs today
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Re: Human Rights Act.

The European Human right Act and it's judiciary has nothing at all to do with the EEC , the UK was at the forefront of setting up this institution , we have nothing to fear and eveything to gain by remaining at the heart of this great organisation.

The UK Gov only whines when it does not do it's homework properly and loses , usually in the Uk courts first and then Europe's courts.

Look at the number of cases we lose just bcause of paperwork or procedural irregularities.

Too many people at the top get jobs merely because of their connections , being superlative at the job is a minor consideration , too many jobs for the boys based on being " the right sort of chap dont'ya know "

Sheer laziness.

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If the UK opts to be in the EU then you have to follow their (stupid) rules. Unfortunately you canít be selective (?).

Does UK derive any real benefit from membership? If not then the solution is surely obvious.

Hi Jacey

Why cant the UK be selective?
Having spent a lot of time in EU member states - its certainly true that many of them are selective about how, or even when they implement some of the stupid directives which come out of Brussells!
They actually laugh about how fast we take the instructions - and perhaps they are right to do so
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Re: Human Rights Act.

What ever happened to 'The Common Market'?

If, the powers that be.... really believe leaving the EU would damage trade so much????? why can't the CM be resurrected?

Just because we live 'alongside' each other doesn't mean to say it's wise or prudent to have a 'Joint' Bank account!

Time to revoke the EU's POA on the UK!

Imo, it's not the UK that really Needs, the Human Rights Act - We are too law abiding for our own good, most times - We are being 'Hoisted by our Own petard' yet again
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If the UK opts to be in the EU then you have to follow their (stupid) rules. Unfortunately you canít be selective (?).

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The EU and the human rights act and court are seperate organizations and the UK was major player in setting up the ECHR , beware of politicians wanting to control the courts they ate subject to the laws just like you and me
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