Common law: A poor substitute?

trudy morgan

Trudy Morgan, civil liberties solicitor at Hodge Jones & Allen, looks at the protections afforded by the common law and how it compares with those afforded by the Human Rights Act. What are the implications of seeking to rely solely on the common law to uphold our rights and values?

 

 

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