|Rome Statute||Nov. 30, 1998||Oct. 4, 2001|
|APIC||Sept. 10, 2002||Jan. 25, 2008|
The United Kingdom ratified the Rome Statute in 2001. The obligations of the Statute were implemented into national law in England, Wales and Northern Ireland by the International Criminal Court Act 2001. In Scotland, the obligations were implemented by both the International Criminal Court Act 2001 and the International Criminal Court (Scotland) Act 2001. The latter Act is particularly important for the implementation of the Rome Statute crimes into Scots law. The elements of crime propagated under Article 9 of the Rome Statute are incorporated into national law by reference, which ensures that the crimes found in the Rome Statute are fully implemented. The obligations of co-operation are dealt by a mixture of new national law, which is set out in the International Criminal Court Act, and modification of national law applicable to international criminal co-operation to address the particular needs of co-operation with the International Criminal Court.
|International Criminal Court (Scotland) Act 2001 (2015)|
|International Criminal Court Act 2001 (2014)|
|International Criminal Court Act 2003 (Isle of Man) 2003|