Foreigners are slow to exploit human rights laws to avoid deportation.
Terrorists, drug dealers and rapists will be among those who are prevented from playing the game by the system.
Dominic Raab’s Bill of Rights would prevent them from invoking the right to family living in the UK by overriding parts of the Human Rights Act.
It will also derail inmates to get out of prison earlier using the law by strengthening pardon decisions.
The Deputy Prime Minister’s plan, which strengthens the existing law, would also give jury trial and free speech more stringent protections in the law.
Attorney General Raab wants to prevent the drift of privacy laws through the back door.
Critics have accused the court of over-interpreting the right to family life enshrined in the Human Rights Act.
The plans would also respect the Supreme Court which is Britain’s highest court, meaning UK lawyers can be confident they can enforce the rules without fear of being brought up for viewing consider judgments from
European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
Mr Raab said: “Our plans for the Bill of Rights will strengthen typical British rights such as freedom of expression and trial by jury, while preventing abuses of the system and Adds a healthy dose of common sense.”
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