Complete 8 pages APA formatted article: The Human Rights Act 1998 Contributes to the European Convention of Human Rights into UK Law. “Freedom to manifest one’s religion or beliefs shall be subject only to such limitations as are prescribed by law and are necessary in a democratic society in the interests of public safety, for the protection of public order, health or morals, or for the protection of the rights and freedoms of others.”
The rights that have the maximum effect on the everyday life of the mass in the UK are qualified rights. They are the right to respect for private and family life, the right to freedom of expression, religion and association, the right to the peaceful enjoyment of the property and to an extent, the right to education.
Qualified rights are dependent on what looks like open-ended and loosely-defined qualifications they look for reorganisation and try to balance challenging interests within the community. and also to differentiate minority and majority rights. This balance gives the biggest challenge to policy-makers, law-makers, and judges.
Any restriction should have its base in law and these limitations have to be the only way to democratic society which means that meddling with the right has to be the only way to attain the intention, and must be relative to the injury that would ensue and also it must be linked to an allowable aim set out in the appropriate Article.
The respondent, Shabina Begum, argues that the appellants, who are the headteacher and governors of Denbigh High School in Luton (“the school”), barred her from that school, inexcusably limited her right under article 9 of the European Convention on Human Rights to manifest her religion or beliefs and
The first premise in the case is a sin of omission since it concentrates on the question of how the courts should react when an agency has not deliberately set about the taking of the verdict under review by a framework of rights. .