Do you think it is right or wrong that the European Court of Human Rights should be able to make rulings on things the British Parliament or British courts have decided?

Field work dates: 10 February 2011 - 11 February 2011
Data from: Great Britain
Results from: 1 poll

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Results for: Do you think it is right or wrong that the European Court of Human Rights should be able to make rulings on things the British Parliament or British courts have decided?
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11 February 2011
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Right - being able to appeal to a court abroad is a vital protection against the British government abusing people's rights25%
Wrong - the British Parliament and Supreme Court should have the final say, rather than a foreign court63%
Not sure13%

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    Currently Britain is a signatory of the European Convention of Human Rights, meaning people can go to court if they feel their human rights have been abused and, ultimately, can take their case to the European Court of Human Rights. Do you think it is right or wrong that the European Court of Human Rights should be able to make rulings on things the British Parliament or courts have decided?

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