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The Human Rights Act The Human Rights Act 1998 incorporates into domestic legislation the ECHR to what the UK has been dedicated since 1951. The Act modernises relationships between people and the State. The Act has brought huge responsibilities across the UK and one such obligation is with regards to Article 2(also the security of this right to life) it also extends to the State to take action to stop the significant loss of life. In LCB v. UK, for the very first time the Court recognized that Article 2(1) not simply refrains the Condition by the intentional and unlawful taking of life, however, also imposes a responsibility on the State to accept suitable stops to protect the lives of individuals within the authority. The Court has been prepared to examine, an application concerning conditions that did not result from use of force from the agents of the State. The applicant had developed leukaemia, which she maintained was due to her dad being exposed to radiation whilst serving in the military, claiming that the absence of monitoring and information of her cure...