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.

21 December 2015

St Helena is no paedophiles’ paradise

How a charity and two social workers succeeded in witch-hunting an entire island.

3 December 2015

A veiled threat to freedom

After Paris, will religious tolerance survive?

19 November 2015

Robinson v Furlong: a case study in witch-hunting

A Canadian historic-abuse case holds lessons for today’s witch-finder generals.

11 November 2015

Is changing your child’s sex legal?

The treatment of gender dysphoria in children poses a legal and moral dilemma.

10 August 2015

Compo culture goes up in smoke

A recent ludicrous case shows just how unreliable group claims are.

6 July 2015

Compo culture and the child abuse panic

Historic sex abuse claims have fuelled the UK’s compensation industry.