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The Human Rights Act; why scrap something if it's not broken? Conservatives in a pickle

Its just over a week after the general election are the Conservative party are already seeking to divide and rule! A week into their first full conservative government for twenty four years David Cameron is seeking to scrap the human rights act of 1998, however is has come up against some fierce opposition!  Wether the electorate likes it or not the European human rights acts seeks to protect the liberties and freedoms of people throughout the European Union.   As of today all political parties have spoken out against the plans! Nicola Sturgeon has stated that the Scottish people will not sit by and watch the civil liberties of people be quashed!  

Its just over a week after the general election are the Conservative party are already seeking to divide and rule! A week into their first full conservative government for twenty four years David Cameron is seeking to scrap the human rights act of 1998, however is has come up against some fierce opposition!

Wether the electorate likes it or not the European human rights acts seeks to protect the liberties and freedoms of people throughout the European Union. 

As of today all political parties have spoken out against the plans! Nicola Sturgeon has stated that the Scottish people will not sit by and watch the civil liberties of people be quashed!  

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Ukips MEP Diane James has described the Conservative plans as a fraud on Tuesday. She stated that rhe  “Article 7 (TEU) of the Lisbon treaty gives the European council the power to strip a member state of its EU voting rights if it decides the state is in breach of Brussels’ definition of human rights. This is EU law and the conservative have no right to seek to change this! 

if the conservatives go ahead they will bring the UK on par with Kazakhstan who have also sought to scrap the human rights bill. 

A spokesman for Northern Ireland has stated that the government's pledge to scrap the Human Rights Act would be a "flagrant breach" of the Good Friday Agreement, a human rights organisation has said.

Labours prospective new leader Chuka Unumma has stated that plans to scrap the human rights bill are totally unjustified, he stated that this is no in the interests of the British public! 

New justice secretary Michael Gove will be having talks regarding presenting new legislation for a British bill of rights to replace labours 1998 human rights act! Whilst working for the Times Newspaper Michael Gove has previously expressed he is in favour of hanging which has been highlighted in the press in recent days with his new position in the conservative cabinet.

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