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The Human Rights Act is possibly the most important piece of legislation in the UK regarding human rights. It came into effect in 2000 and is concerned with enforcing the terms of European Convention on Human Rights in UK Law. In this section you will find advice and information on several aspects of the Act, including:
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The main majority of human rights in the UK come from the European Convention on Human Rights, which became part of the UK law in 1998.
Human rights are those rights that every individual on the planet is entitled to. Human rights are granted to every living individual of the human race.
The European Convention of Human Rights was first set up in 1950 by the Council of Europe in order to safeguard and improve human rights laws.
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