Friday, 1 July 2016

Theresa May ditches plans to pull Britain out of the European Convention on Human Rights

The UK Home Secretary, Theresa May who is the favourite to be next Prime Minister has said she will not pull Britain out of the European Convention on Human Rights saying it was a divisive issue and did not have support in parliament.

According to 'THE TIMES' she said "until a new legal agreement is reached with the EU, which will not happen for sometime, the legal status of British nationals living or working in Europe will not change and neither will the status of EU nationals in Britain.

 She promised to build a unity government , curb migration and restrict the open-door policy for EU nationals if she becomes the new Prime Minister.

The very brilliant Oxford educated Home Secretary said the issue would be resolved in the negotiation with the rest of Europe.

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