New Article: Creeping conservatism of UK courts in Article 8 cases

25 Aug, 2015 | Blogs, Latest, Protecting Human Rights in the UK

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The Human Rights Act is often criticized for affording too many people the right to stay in the UK due to their right to a family life, even if they have committed crimes. Melissa Goldstein analyses recent cases surrounding Article 8 and finds that UK judges are currently interpreting Article 8 in far narrower terms.

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Download the full article here: Creeping conservatism of UK Courts in Article 8 cases

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