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British court says unborn child has no rights under European Convention on Human Rights

October 05, 2021

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CWN Editor's Note: The European Convention on Human Rights is a human rights treaty signed in 1950 and subsequently amended. Britain’s High Court ruled that “the European Court has never decided that a foetus, even one post-viability, is the bearer of Convention rights.”

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