s.3 in effect imposes a purposive approach to interpreting legislation - that it should be read in accordance with convention rights. Historically, the courts were to interpret legislation with a literal approach as to do otherwise would risk inferring a will contrary to that of parliament. This challenges parliamentary sovereignty as its intention must be balanced alongside the ECHR.

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