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Responding to human rights judgments Report to the Joint Committee on Human Rights on the Government’s response to human rights judgments 2011–12

Responding to human rights judgments Report to the Joint Committee on Human Rights on the Government’s response to human rights judgments 2011–12

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Introduction
This is the latest report in a series of broadly annual papers to the Joint Committee on Human Rights (the Joint Committee) setting out the Government’s position on the implementation of adverse human rights judgments from the European Court of Human Rights and the domestic courts. The previous report1 was followed by an evidence session2 on 20 December 2011 at which the Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, Kenneth Clarke, were questioned by the Joint Committee on the Government’s human rights policy and human rights judgments.
Introduction
This is the latest report in a series of broadly annual papers to the Joint Committee on Human Rights (the Joint Committee) setting out the Government’s position on the implementation of adverse human rights judgments from the European Court of Human Rights and the domestic courts. The previous report1 was followed by an evidence session2 on 20 December 2011 at which the Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, Kenneth Clarke, were questioned by the Joint Committee on the Government’s human rights policy and human rights judgments.

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Responding to human rightsjudgments
Report to the Joint Committee onHuman Rights on the Governmentresponse to human rights judgments2011–12
September 2012
 
 
Responding to human rights judgments
Report to the Joint Committee on Human Rightson the Government’s response to human rights judgments 2011–12
Presented to Parliamentby the Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justiceby Command of Her MajestySeptember 2012
Cm 8432 £10.75
 
 © Crown Copyright 2012
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