HC Deb 01 April 1968 vol 762 cc10-1W
Mr. Dodds-Parker

asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, what action he can take, under Article 6 of the Convention of the European Commission of Human Rights, to ensure that a reasoned judgment in an individual case be pronounced publicly.

Mr. Mulley

The European Convention on Human Rights requires that judgments should be pronounced publicly. Her Majesty's Government consider that under the laws and practices of the United Kingdom this requirement is satisfied. If the hon. Member has some particular case in mind perhaps he would let me know.

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