The Tory Brexiteer urged peers to abstain from supporting an amendment to the Brexit Bill that could see the piece of EU legislation maintained after withdrawal.
Lord Shinkwin also voiced concerns about the possible future influence of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) could have on Britain through its judgements.
He told members of the House of Lords: "We do not need this charter. We in this great British Parliament set the benchmark for human rights.
"That was not done by the European Union and certainly not by the ECJ, whose judgments, as we have already heard, are informed by the centrifugal force of everything that emanates from the rejected EU political project of an ever closer union."
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Lord Shinkwin called on fellow peers to respect the will of the people demanding control be returned to Parliament after Brexit.
He continued: "We need to reflect the simple