States parties to the European Convention on Human Rights1 are entitled to apply the Convention subject to specified reservations2, although the European Court of Human Rights has emphasised that any reservation must be specific and must be in compliance with the Convention's objects and purposes3. Additionally, no reservation may be made in respect of Protocols 6 and 134, which make provision for the abolition of the death penalty5. The United Kingdom has made a reservation in respect of the right to education6, providing that it will respect the right of parents to ensure that the education it provides is
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