British Bill of Rights
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The British Bill of Rights can refer to:
- Bill of Rights 1689, an Act of the Parliament of England made following the Glorious Revolution; considered one of the fundamental parts of the Constitution of the United Kingdom
- The Claim of Right Act 1689, an Act of the Parliament of Scotland that enacted the same principles as the Bill of Rights in England into Scottish law
- The proposed bill of rights for the United Kingdom enshrining human rights into British law to complement or replace the existing Human Rights Act 1998
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