The Commission on a Bill of Rights has published its second consultation, seeking further views from the public. It asks questions that build on the 2011 Discussion Paper and on the views heard so far, about whether or not we need a UK Bill of Rights, and if so, what the form and content of any such Bill might be.Over the last 15 months the Commission have consulted widely attracting over 900 responses. This second consultation gives a further opportunity to set out views on a number of issues covered by the terms of reference.
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