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Labour peers vow to ‘pull Bill of Rights apart’ as Lord boasts they will try to defeat planned law


Labour peers vow to ‘pull Bill of Rights apart’ as Lord boasts they will try to defeat the planned law

  • Justice reforms will be ‘pulled apart’ in the House of Lords, Labour peers said
  • Lord Foulkes claimed the planned law will ‘reduce the rights of British citizens’
  • He boasted that the Upper House was ‘full of lawyers’ who will try to defeat the Bill of Rights introduced by the Government this week 

Major reforms to the justice system will be ‘pulled apart’ in the House of Lords, Labour peers have predicted.

Lord Foulkes of Cumnock boasted that the Upper House was ‘full of lawyers’ who will try to defeat the Bill of Rights introduced by the Government this week.

He claimed the planned law will ‘reduce the rights of British citizens’ and also embolden…



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