The Convention rights1 have effect in the United Kingdom subject to any 'designated derogation'2, that is, any derogation by the United Kingdom from an article of the European Convention on Human Rights, or of any protocol to the Convention, which is designated for these purposes in an order made by the Secretary of State3. A designation order may be made in anticipation of the making by the United Kingdom of a proposed derogation4. At the date at which this volume states the law only one designated derogation was in force in the United Kingdom, derogating from certain elements of
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