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Committee takes evidence on Government’s Independent Review of the Human Rights Act

In the final session of its inquiry into the Government's Independent Review of the Human Rights Act?, the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Human Rights considered the impact of the Act on the enforcement of human rights in the UK and whether there is any case for reform of the Act.

During the inquiry, the Committee has received evidence from witnesses with wide-ranging experiences of the Human Rights Act and used the final session to explore this with legal experts and practitioners.

Topics for questions included:

To view the session, click here. For more details of the inquiry, click here.