It is time as we come to our conclusion to draw the various threads of this book together. Why does the Human Rights Act matter so much? Read more in Chapter 14.
With ever-increasing hostility to the Human Rights Act the confident outward-looking British face retreats into an inward-looking English one, seeking as it does so to compensate for decline with tighter control over its (much-reduced) backyard. Read more in Chapter 13.
To what extent are the changes already achieved by the Human Rights Act now embedded in our law, and not reliant on the continued survival of the Act for their existence? Read more in Chapter 12.