As a result of the dynamic and evolutive approach to construction under the European Convention on Human Rights1 there is no formal doctrine of precedent, and while the European Court of Human Rights will usually follow its previous decisions it is not bound to do so and it frequently recognises that changing standards and values may require it to reconsider existing principles and decisions
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