Open for your comments

21 September 2010 by

Regular readers may have noticed that in the past few weeks we have the opened up reader comments on the UK Human Rights Blog. This took a few months to get going for practical reasons, but comments are now enabled for every new post.

Please use the comments section on this post to let us know if there are any new features which you would like to see appear on the blog.

We are approaching 6 months since launch, and we want to thank all of our readers for supporting the blog. The response has been fantastic. We haveĀ had around 80,000 page views since launch, and next week will have had around 20,000 during September alone. We also have over 1,000 subscribers on email, Facebook, RSS and Twitter. If you have not subscribed for free, thenĀ click here to find out how.

The response we have had suggests that people want to read about human rights from a legal and (hopefully) balanced perspective. Please feel free to join in the conversation, and let us know what we can be doing better.


  1. Robert Newsom says:

    Don’t change anything about this Blog!

  2. Michael Hill says:

    More detail of rights required;
    i.e., rights of workers to be paid in Member State currency, not `scrip notes`, cheques etc.
    Rights of persons granted damages for injuries not of their own fault to have the State bill for treatment taken from guilty parties,
    not victim`s grant.
    Whom & where to seek remedies.
    Chapter & verses, please!

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