The Human Rights Act 1998 enables victims of a breach of rights guaranteed by the European Convention on Human Rights1 to seek remedies in the domestic courts2. Claims can be brought only against public authorities, and the orthodox view is that sports governing bodies themselves do not satisfy the statutory definition, which includes any person 'certain of whose functions are functions of a public nature'
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