Seven UK QCs appointed to Govt commission to look into case for British Bill of Rights
A heavyweight group of QCs has been pulled together by the Government to investigate the case for a UK Bill of Rights and look at reforming the European Court of Human Rights in the wake of a number of controversial European rulings. Seven QCs were appointed to the nine-member commission of human rights experts, launched last week (18 March) by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke.
Govt puts together human rights commission for possible UK Bill of Rights to protect civil liberties
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