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However, monitoring employees' on-line activities has to be considered in light of recent legislation, such as the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Human Rights Act 1998.
They are claiming Welsh hospitals breached the Human Tissue Act 1961 and the Human Rights Act 1998.
Everyone's right to life is protected by Article 2 of the European Convention of Human Rights, incorporated into British law by the Human Rights Act 1998.
Distress was thought by many to fall foul of a number of provisions of the Human Rights Act 1998, and in a recent case - Fuller v Happy Shopper Market Ltd - the judge intimated that the remedy of distress is a serious interference with the rights of tenants regarding privacy and the peaceful enjoyment of their possessions.
They included - Employment Rights (Dispute Resolution Act 1998); Working Time Regulations; Minimum Wage Act; Sex Discrimination (Gender Reassignment) Regulations; Disability Discrimination Act; Unfair Dismissal legislation; Public Interest Disclosure Act; Consultation on Collective Redundancies and Business Transfers; Data Protection Act; Employment Relations Act 1999; Posted Workers Directive; European Works Council Directive; Part Time Works Directive; Human Rights Act 1998; and the Acquired Rights Directive.
It alleges that the planning application "goes against the principle" of the Human Rights Act 1998 allowing for the right of respect to private and family life; and Protocol 1, Article 1, giving the right to peaceful enjoyment of one's property.
The document adds: "PH and SMF each further agree unconditionally to waive any rights to publish or disclose the information pursuant to Section 12 of the Human Rights Act 1998 or Article 10 of the European Convention of Human Rights or any similar legal or constitutional right to freedom of expression which either may enjoy in any jurisdiction in the world."
But the court rejected the remaining grounds of Mrs Sargeant's challenge, including the challenge under the Human Rights Act 1998.
The motion, presented by backbench Tory MP Leo Docherty, said that the 'unintended consequences of the UK's Human Rights Act 1998 - which incorporated much of the convention into our law - has led to a 'catalogue of injustice involving hundreds of soldiers.' He said: "No other country has such a perverse situation in which soldiers who have done their duty and done no wrong face this kind of sustained legal pursuit."
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