Barrister Adam Wagner of 1 Crown Office Row has kindly made available this excellent infographic showing the basic system of human rights protection in the UK as it is at present.
Please read it in conjunction with - Human Rights Protection in Britain - 10 key points
OK thanks for the comments, here is the updated version of my human rights INFOGRAPHIC! Feel free to use pic.twitter.com/0x8mdp9NGtIn the event that a Conservative (majority) government comes into power following the 2015 General Election, they will be committed to making changes and these are discussed at some length in Human Rights - a look at the Conservative Party proposals where many links to other commentaries will be found. A draft bill has been promised in the near future. The Conservative Party proposals are devastatingly and masterfully analysed by Francis Fitzgibbon QC - London Review of Books - Short cuts
— Adam Wagner (@AdamWagner1) October 20, 2014
The Labour Party position appears to be set out in the short conference speech by Sadiq Khan MP (Shadow Justice Secretary) where Khan indicated that his Party would block attempts to abolish the Human Rights Act 1998.