133. Scope of rights guaranteed by the Human Rights Act 1998.

Since the purpose of the Human Rights Act 1998 was to provide a remedial structure in domestic law for the rights guaranteed by the Convention, it would be contrary to that purpose if a person whose rights had been violated by the extra-territorial actions of the United Kingdom or of United Kingdom public authorities was denied recourse in the courts of the United Kingdom1. It would also put the United Kingdom in breach of its obligation