Dominic Raab vows to stop oligarchs abusing human rights laws to cover up their corruption

DOMINIC Raab has vowed to cease intimidation strategies employed by oligarchs to protect up their corruption.

The Deputy PM will improve human legal rights laws which allow Russian billionaires to conceal shady business enterprise affairs.

Dominic Raab has vowed to stop oligarchs abusing human rights laws to cover up their corruption


Dominic Raab has vowed to quit oligarchs abusing human rights laws to cover up their corruptionCredit history: Getty

Mr Raab claimed: “Never has there been a improved time to stand up to Russian interference in our own freedom of speech.”

He has released a consultation on changing the Human Legal rights Act with a British Invoice of Legal rights, hoping to halt a slide toward privateness by the back again doorway.

The Justice Secretary said: “Russian oligarchs are trying to intimidate the journalists who expose their corrupt tactics and their assistance for Putin.

“Silencing good criticism is out of the authoritarian playbook and stinks of cowardice.”

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Media teams have made submissions to the Authorities to make it harder for strong people today to thwart reporting.

Mr Raab strategies to tackle abuses of the legal process recognized as Strategic Lawsuits Versus Public Participation or SLAPPs.

He extra: “These Russian cronies use SLAPPs to drag journalists and authors via the courts if they never want a story described about them.

“A package deal of measures will tackle this head-on — this features capping the costs for reporters and upping the threshold for these situations which will give judges the energy to toss them out of court docket more effortlessly.

“Those with blood on their fingers, or soiled revenue in their pockets, simply cannot hide in the shadows any for a longer time.”

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