Dominic Grieve expects climbdown over post-Brexit human rights law

Ex-attorney general says ministers ‘may well change course’ over push to ensure EU charter of fundamental rights is enshrined in UK law

The former attorney general Dominic Grieve has said he is still expecting the government to back down over his attempts to force a vote to ensure human rights law is enshrined in the EU withdrawal bill.

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