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No case for reform of the Human Rights Act, says Joint Committee on Human Rights

The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights has published its response to the Government's Independent Human Rights Act Review, which concludes that the HRA has had an enormously positive impact on the enforcement of human rights in the UK, and finds that there is no case for reform under the terms of reference of the Government's review.

On the basis of evidence heard to date, the Committee have found that there is no compelling case for reform of the HRA under the Independent Review's Terms of Reference.

The JCHR found that the legislation:

For the response letter, click here.