Qualified rights under the European Convention on Human Rights1 may be interfered with where the interference is prescribed by law2, in pursuit of a legitimate aim3, necessary in a democratic society4 and proportionate5: the qualified rights are the right to respect for private and family life6, the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion7, the right to freedom of expression8, the right to freedom of assembly and association9, the right to marry and found a family
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