Although government plans to enact the Bill of Rights Bill were dropped while Liz Truss was prime minister, the government’s intention now seems to be to revive the Bill. A main driver appears to be the government's determination to deport to Rwanda people who arrive here in small boats, despite the major human rights issues involved. The Bill of Rights would undoubtedly weaken rights set out in the Human Rights Act (HRA) 1998; hence the response which Liberation submitted in opposition to it. In addition, there is a failure to recognise that the HRA itself needs strengthening further; the HRA gives Disabled people less strong rights than the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD). For both reasons, Liberation is continuing to oppose the Bill of Rights.