Commission on a Bill of Rights: A Second Consultation
Date: 12th July 2012
Category: General measures of implementation
The Commission's second consultation, published on 11 July 2012, seeks further views from the public.
It asks questions that build on their 2011 Discussion Paper and on the views they have 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.
This second consultation gives you a further opportunity to express your views on a number of issues covered by the Commission's terms of reference. For those who responded first time around, you do not need to repeat what you have already said. But the Commission would very much like to hear from you on the questions set out in this paper, or if your views have evolved or changed.