The margin of appreciation1 is founded on the principle that most issues should be left to the national authorities because they are better qualified to make the correct assessments in the context of the country in question2: as such, the margin of appreciation has no direct application to cases brought3 in the domestic courts, although in taking account of the jurisprudence of the European Court of Human Rights the domestic courts will consider the impact of the margin of appreciation on the European Court's interpretation of the Convention rights
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