The Court of Human Rights rules on breaches of the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms, including birching in the Isle of Man and refusing travellers the right to live on their own land. It is nothing to do with the European Union.
The European Court of Justice decides on breaches of the treaties and legislative acts of the European Union, such as the rights of Spanish fishermen or the banning of cattle imports.
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