IQ Legal TrainingBerkeley Lifford Hall Accountancy ServicesHousing Law WeekAlphabiolabs

Home > News

Independent Human Rights Act Review issues call for evidence

The Independent Human Rights Act Review has launched a public Call for Evidence. The Call for Evidence closes on the 3 March 2021.

The Review is not considering the UK's membership of the Convention; the Review proceeds on the footing that the UK will remain a signatory to the Convention. It is also not considering the substantive rights set out in the Convention.

The Call for Evidence comprises two themes. The first deals with the relationship between domestic courts and the European Court of Human Rights. The second considers the impact of the HRA on the relationship between the judiciary, the executive and the legislature.

For details of the Review, including its membership and terms of reference, click here. For the Call for Evidence, click here.