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UCL Laws LLM student Ila Tyagi explores the impacts of Brexit on human rights in the UK

27 January 2017


Ila Tyagi, an LLM student in International Commercial Law at UCL Laws, writes about the human rights implications of Brexit in her second blog post or the UCL Centre for Access to Justice Blog:


A hard Brexit would have a significant impact on the human rights framework in the UK. This is because UK derives a large portion of its human rights from EU law. Post-Brexit, the UK would not be required to comply with the various EU laws concerning human rights [1].’

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