The Human Rights Act protects your basic human rights regardless of your gender, religion or background and ensures that everyone is treated equally and fairly.
Here’s a list of the rights that the Act gives us access to. How can we oppose these?
*the right to life;
* the prohibition of torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment;
* the prohibition of slavery and forced labour;
* the right to liberty and security of the person;
* the right to a fair trial;
* prohibition of punishment without law;
* the right to respect for private and family life;
* the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion;
* the right to freedom of expression;
* the right to freedom of assembly and association;
* the right for men and women to marry and found a family;
* the right to peaceful enjoyment of personal property;
* the right to education;
* the right to free elections;
* and the prohibition of discrimination.
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I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.
S.G. Tallentyre (Evelyn Beatrice Hall)