A recent ruling of the UK Supreme Court treats disabled people in good care as if they were prisoners.
Why are family courts making medical decisions on behalf of clinicians and patients?
The Italian woman forced to have a C-section was effectively treated as a fetal container.
The innocent suffer when we’re encouraged to believe all claimants.
People with low mental capacity living in suitable care are not 'in detention', despite what officials believe.
Must-reads from the past week
The European Convention on Human Rights is 60 years old this month - but this is no cause for celebration.
Having judges rule on certain people's sex lives has ugly echoes of the past.
Barbara Hewson discusses her controversial article about the Jimmy Savile affair and the age of consent on Channel 4 News.
Barbara Hewson on the PC revival of the idea of raped women as ‘damaged goods’.