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British bill of Rights on hold as Liz Truss faces pressure to remove ECtHR

“She wants to go further. In his current shape, it was a product of Dominic Raab, but he was much softer on this is what she is,” said the ally.

“Whatever we want to do is to include everything of convention rights into English law and make problem worse than now, where, for for example, we have European judges saying that we cannot do something.”

Ms Truss told Conservative MPs during the leadership campaign that she was “ready” to pull the UK out of ECtHR, if the reforms are aimed at reducing the impact of judges in Strasbourg were unsuccessful.

Brandon Lewis who replaced Mr Raab as Attorney General and Lord Chancellor, he will be tasked with “considering the most effective means to achieve the goals within our legislative agenda,” a government source said.

He said government was to “consider the most effective means to achieve the goals through our legislative agenda”.

While the bill of Rights “hardly progress in this is current form,” he said, “the principles and aims more usually (not) delayed.”

Another government source said: “There is a desire to move forward with what the bill sought to achieve with respect to immigration and deportation.

“What you can see is a product of the Ministry of the Interior. of work concentrated on immigration side of It. Focus is likely on a new means to really do progress on small boats and the immigration front.”

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