If a declaration of incompatibility is made1, or a decision of the European Court of Human Rights indicates that a provision of legislation2 is incompatible with the Convention3 a Minister of the Crown4 may, if he considers that there are compelling reasons for so doing, by order make such amendments to the legislation as he considers necessary to remove the incompatibility5. Where the legislation in question is subordinate legislation, the Minister may also6 make such amendments to the primary legislation under which the subordinate legislation in question was made as he considers necessary7.
There are two procedures for making a
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