Posted by Kevin on October 5, 2014.
The first major poll after the Conservative Party Conference shows strong public support for Cameron’s plan to scrap the Human Rights Act. According to YouGov, 48% of the public agree with Cameron.
Personally I hope that this is a false figure that will diminish into insignificance as opponents enter the argument — so far all we have heard is the government position.
I would like to see the European Political Federation reversed into what I voted for: a European Common Market. But the Human Rights Act must remain.
Do we really want a government that
to have total control over human rights in the UK?
I hope not.Submitted in: Expert Views, Kevin Townsend's opinions, Uncategorized |