The Government cannot risk undermining domestic human rights protections if Britain is to set a new gold standard for human rights in a post-Brexit age. First and foremost, this must start by safeguarding universal, internationally recognised, fundamental rights in a robust way, not by politicising or "nationalising" them. Britain must lead the way on human rights, not curtail them. Our response provides an analysis of the ongoing operation of the Human Rights Act in the context of its original objectives.
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