Daily Politics Soapbox: Churchill and Human Rights Act

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Patrick O'Flynn of the Express traces the history of the Human Rights Act back to Winston Churchill but explains why he wants it to go, and replaced with a British Bill of Rights.

The act was highlighted through the Conservative Party conference after comments from Home Secretary Theresa May over a deportation case involving a cat called Maya.

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