Any UK law that curbed rights under the European Convention on Human Rights would make challenges under the 2009 EU Charter more frequent, a committee of the House of Lords argues today. 'This, in turn, is likely to give rise to more references from UK courts to the [EU] Court of Justice seeking guidance on the scope of EU law and the provisions of the EU Charter,' the Justice Sub Committee of the Lords EU Committee says.

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