Truss wants to give his government the power to overrule the European Court of Human Rights

In a speech to MPs from his party, the Prime Minister said Britain was ready to withdraw from the European Convention on Human Rights.

British PM wants to challenge European Court of Human Rights. During her speech at the Conservative Party conference, Lis Truss announced she would give the government new powers so it could overturn decisions made by the European Court of Justice. Interior Minister Suella Braverman will be responsible for overseeing the implementation of the law. “Our brilliant new Home Secretary will introduce legislation to ensure that no European judge can overrule our decisions”he said on Wednesday.

A “British Bill of Rights”

The head of government wants to put in place a “British Bill of Rights”. Liz Truss told MPs “ready” Reforms aimed at reducing the influence of judges in Strasbourg are to withdraw the UK from the European Convention on Human Rights if they do not succeed. However, Britain is a founding member of the European Convention on Human Rights. These companies have nothing to do with the EU, which is why Britain is a member.

“In these difficult times, we must act. I am determined to move the UK forward to recover us from the storm. Liz also started dresses. “Growth, growth, growth” He struck an unannounced speech in the presence of elected officials and activists of his party. The prime minister reaffirmed his desire to revive a conservative force at the head of the country after twelve years. “End the cycle of high taxes and low growth” and emphasized the creation of its goal “To grow the UK economy”.

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