Where does the Human Rights Act stand on arbitration?
There is no getting away from it: the Human Rights Act (HRA) has profound implications for us all. The Act is intended to make rights we have all enjoyed under the European Convention for Human Rights enforceable in the UK courts, rather than us having to make an expensive trip to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
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