The Bill of Rights is back from the dead

14/11/2022 | Mischon de Reya

Mischon de Reya reports that the controversial Bill of Rights is to be brought back, having been abandoned on 7 September 2022 by Liz Truss. The Bill, which is working its way through parliament, is currently in the House of Commons, where its main principles will be debated during the Second Reading before being further scrutinised in the Committee and Report Stages. 

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