8 December 2016

The Harding Clark report: when hysteria trumps fact

A new Irish report on symphysiotomy reveals the dangers of victim culture.

22 November 2016

The tyranny of ‘believe the victim’

In the pursuit of ‘VIP paedos', fundamental principles were jettisoned.

7 September 2016

Addicted to the state

A recent human-rights case shows the dangers of giving addicts drug substitutes.

4 August 2016

False allegations: a stain on justice

In their rush to 'believe the victim', the courts are ruining lives.

25 May 2016

The family courts make a mockery of justice

It’s little wonder people are fearful of making abuse allegations.

16 May 2016

Calling out false abuse allegations

A new study shows how pseudo-victims’ claims differ to those of true victims.

11 April 2016

Why Kesha deserved to lose

The pop star's claims were flakey and stale, and didn't stand up.

30 March 2016

The Ghomeshi trial and the cult of #ibelievewomen

This acquittal has exposed the ugly excesses of modern feminism.

4 February 2016

It was right to acquit Doug Richard

The case of the ex-Dragons’ Den star exposes the necessary complexity of the law.

29 January 2016

The ECHR is not working

The European Court of Human Rights should not be ruling on workplace matters.