Developing a Bill of Rights for the UK: Research report

Central to any discussion on bills of rights is the method and process through which they are created. To understand fully what this could mean for Britain, the Commission worked with Global Partners and Associates and London Metropolitan University to identify and explore best practice processes for developing a new Bill of Rights. The research analysed evidence drawn from related domestic and international experiences, identified key principles that should underpin the development of a bill of rights. It also strove to identify policy implications in relation to any future process. 

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Research report 51: Developing a Bill of Rights for the UK (Exceutive summary)
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