P v United Kingdom: ECHR 11 Jul 1988

The Commission stated: ‘in many, if not all, of the contracting states, different legal jurisdictions exist in different geographical areas within the state (eg cantons, communes, Lander, etc) . . the mere existence of variations between such jurisdictions within a state does not constitute discrimination within the meaning of article 14 of the Convention.’




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CitedA and B, Regina (on The Application of) v Secretary of State for Health SC 14-Jun-2017
The court was asked: ‘Was it unlawful for the Secretary of State for Health, the respondent, who had power to make provisions for the functioning of the National Health Service in England, to have failed to make a provision which would have enabled . .
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Updated: 16 August 2022; Ref: scu.642146