Things to think about when taking legal action about a breach of human rights, covering who can take action, time limits, remedies and judicial review.
Explains when a public authority can interfere with your human rights, to protect the rights of other people, or the interests of the wider community.
Explains how courts must protect human rights when applying the law and which laws the courts must apply, even if they breach the Human Rights Act 1998.
Get advice on court claims, legal aid and legal documents such as wills.
Explains how the right to life is protected by article 2 of the Human Rights Act 1998 and when the article may be breached.
Explains how you right to hold and express a religious or non-religious belief is protected by article 9 of the Human Rights Act 1998 and when the article may be breached.
Your work rights as a parent, maternity, paternity and adoption leave and pay, as well as shared parental leave and unpaid parental leave.
Explains how the right to a fair trial is protected by article 6 of the Human Rights Act 1998 and the types of criminal and civil hearings or proceedings that are covered by the article.
Summary of the legal rights and pledges set out in the NHS Constitution, and what to do if the standard of health or adult care you recieve doesn't meet the promised standards.
Check what rights you have and what your landlord's responsibilities are when you rent privately.
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