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Old 16-12-2008, 08:11 PM   #1
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Rights and responsibilities as a British citizen

There are a wide range of rights within the constitution, covering all aspects of life from human rights, such as freedom of speech and freedom from torture, to more specific rights such as those relating to education and healthcare, and protection from discrimination.

It is important to remember that the human rights incorporated into UK law through the Human Rights Act are not all absolute(WELL SOME ARE). They may be limited or withdrawn under certain circumstances.

With these rights come responsibilities such as loyalty, which means not plotting against the state, abiding by the law as a responsible citizen, and certain civic duties such as voting, jury service and giving evidence in court.


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