Theresa May challenges judges on criminals’ use of human rights laws

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The government could pass legislation to curb the use of human rightslaws by individuals seeking to avoid deportation if judges fail to take heed of a parliamentary motion designed to do so, according to Theresa May.

The home secretary is to ask MPs to pass a motion declaring that the right to a family life – enshrined in Article 8 of the European convention on human rights – is not absolute.

 

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