16%
Yes
84%
No
9%
Yes
76%
No
8%
Yes, replace it with a bill of rights that gives the UK more legislative control
7%
No, but criminals should lose many of these rights

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 @4VNQ2BSfrom East Sussex answered…4yrs4Y

No, but criminals should lose rights depending on the severity of their crime/crimes.

 @9FRFHMSanswered…10mos10MO

Yes, but replace it with a reformed version codified and agree by referendum and parliament vote and blocked from being removed or amended by parliament without another referendum

 @9N33YJVanswered…2mos2MO

Only for people who committed crimes against children, rape or sexual assault or any other crime that can fall under this category

 @8JYNF9Panswered…4yrs4Y

People who have committed crimes inflicted on children and vulnerable people, such as sex crimes, homicide, etc, should loose these rights.

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