Britain could leave the European Convention on Human Rights after rows over prisoner voting and the deportation of foreign criminals, the Justice Secretary has said.
Chris Grayling, who took over the job in September, said he has not ruled out an exit from European human rights laws, even though the Attorney General has told MPs there is “no question of the UK withdrawing from the convention”.
Dominic Grieve, the Government’s most senior lawyer, said in the House of Commons last month that Britain “strongly supports” the convention and it must be allowed to “continue its very good work".
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