Thursday, September 29, 2022

More ministerial appointments in Liz Truss government, including Robert Jenrick

London/Luton (Shehzad Ali) The newly elected Prime Minister of Great Britain, Liz Truss, has continued to appoint more ministers in her government after taking office. The appointment of former housing secretary Robert Jenrick is among the five new ministerial appointments. Lazarus also addressed a committee of backbench Tory MPs. Next up in a busy day for new Prime Minister Liz Truss were members of the 1922 Committee. The influential committee is a group of backbench Conservative MPs who meet weekly in Westminster. It was the committee responsible for running the recent Tory leadership contest in which Liz Truss won against Rishi Sink. In addition, Leicester’s government has blocked plans for a law that would have given ministers the power to ignore rulings by the European Court of Human Rights. The new Liz Truss administration is reportedly exploring the most effective means of accomplishing its goals through a legislative agenda. UK proposes reforms to Human Rights Act, plans to overturn Rwandan ECJ rulings What is human rights law? The purpose of the Bill of Rights Bill was to clarify that the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom has legal supremacy and that the decisions of the European Court of Human Rights do not always have to be followed by the British courts. The bill also includes measures to strengthen freedom of expression and deport foreign criminals by limiting the right to appeal using human rights arguments.

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