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The Human Rights Act 1998 is an important and wide-ranging law that affects many parts of our lives. Find out what the Act says and how it works.
There are many situations where you could be discriminated against, for example because of your age, or your sex or because you are gay or lesbian. Find out what you can do if you are discriminated against.
If you are injured because someone was negligent (they did something they shouldn't, or didn't do something they should have done), you may be able to get compensation. Find out what you can do if you've been injured in this way.
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