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Downing Street will be tomorrow set out sweeping plans cancel power of European Court of Human Rights just days after the trial in Strasbourg blocked the deportation of asylum seekers from the UK to Rwanda.

Cancel of Human Rights Act (HRA), including impact reduction of European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), will be introduced before parliament in what the government described as a reformulation of British sovereignty.

But activists and leading lawyers condemned the historic move, saying government systematically destroyed people’s rights in an attempt to make oneself “untouchable” by the courts.

new British account of they fear that the rights will not have the same protection.

Sasha Deshmukh, Chief Executive of Amnesty International UK, said: [Strasbourg] court intervention in deportation from Rwanda last week was an example of it puts into action its main role in security basic human rights are not violated without declaring anything more than UK should pause relocation to Rwanda pending judgment of our internal judicial review process.

“It is very worrying that the UK government ready to damage respect for powers of European Court of human rights because of one decision it is not so like.

“It’s not about messing around with rights, we are talking about their removal.

“From the Hillsborough disaster to the right to a proper Covid investigation, to the right to challenge in way police investigate mass violence against womenHuman rights law is the cornerstone of people power in this country. It is no coincidence that the very politicians whom he considers want see him mortally weakened.”

BUT senior government source recognized last Rwanda’s week-long ruling, which humiliated the ministers, was a factor.

“A little of in problems or challenges we had (with regarding Rwanda) strengthened and strengthened the corps for what we do,” the source said.

government said the bill would make it clear that ECtHR interim measures such as one published last the week that prevented the cancellation of the flight to Rwanda are not mandatory on UK courts.

The source stated that “sovereignty has been fragmented and questioned.” over many years of combination of EU and other supranational bodies, including the Strasbourg Court”.

However, UK courts are not required follow decisions ECtHR and critics say something else changes I will have more significant negative impact.

Stephanie Boyes, President of law society of England and Wales, said: “Erosion of accountability proclaimed justice secretary signals a deepening of the government ignoring for checks and balances underlying rule of law.

“The bill will create an acceptable class of human rights violations in United Kingdom – by introducing [under a new permission stage] bar on claims are not considered. cause “significant disadvantage”.

“It’s a roll back for British justice. The authorities may begin consider some rights violations tolerable because they can no longer be challenged under the bill of rights, despite against law.

“In general, the bill will give the state more freedom of action. power over in people, power which will then belong to all future governments, whatever their ideologies.”

Jun Pang, policy and campaign officer at Liberty, said, “Time and time again in government tried to change rules in to make yourself untouchable, and the Rwanda scheme is indeed good example of what.

“It latest example, but there are countless examples of in government clamp down on people right, whether on streets, in in courts, voting box or in parliament.

“Check of rights will result in everyone’s rights are being eroded and everyone’s protection reduced but obviously with the most disproportionate effects on already marginalized communities.”

government said the bill would ensure the courts consider the appropriate behavior of the plaintiff, like a prisoner is cruel or criminal conduct in awarding damages and ensure that easier deport foreign criminals, allowing future immigration laws that force them prove that the child or dependent would suffer enormous, unavoidable harm if they removed from the country.

it also said it would strengthen freedom of the press by raising the right to freedom of expression over what of the right to privacy, which has limited reporting in recent years and the introduction of a stronger test for the courts must consider before they can order journalists to disclose their sources.

UK will remain European convention signatory on human rights that HRA has incorporated into domestic law, but government said the act led the courts to “neglect, rethink or mitigate the effects of fundamental law.”

justice secretaryDominic Raab, said: “Check of rights will reinforce our British tradition of freedom to administer a healthy dose of common meaning in system.

“These reforms will strengthen the freedom of speech, turn on us deport more foreign offenders and better protect public from dangerous criminals.

Professor Philip Sands QC who sat on commission 2013 on check of rights, said: “Mr. Raab adheres to nationalist and xenophobic spin on idea of human rights, gutting one of its most fundamental principles: the foundations of human rights exist for all, and must be executed in an instance of all. government wants to start the clock back in the era before 1945, when, in the words of the writer Joseph Roth, “the tombs of world history gaping … and all the corpses one thoughts are buried marching out.’”

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