Although the right to an effective remedy1 is not a 'Convention right' for the purposes of the Human Rights Act 1998 and it is therefore not unlawful as a matter of English law for any public authority to act incompatibly with it2, the United Kingdom continues to be bound by the requirements of Article 13 as a matter of international law and the absence of an express requirement to act compatibly with it has not discouraged courts from having regard to the relevant jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights3, including in cases involving the appropriate intensity of
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