8 April 2015

How ‘recovered memories’ fuelled the paedo panic

The UK justice system needs to face facts: 'recovered memories' simply aren't credible.

23 March 2015

The Hampstead cult that wasn’t: the Satanic panic revisited

In the current climate, it’s all too easy for fantasists to be taken seriously.

13 October 2014

LSE SU: the tyranny of the minority

The banning of LSE rugby club was puritanical – and quite possibly illegal.

29 September 2014

A Travis-ty of justice

The DLT trial shows that when enough mud is thrown, some will eventually stick.

18 August 2014

The NSPCC: enemy of justice

The group’s latest hysterical campaign could seriously damage the law.

17 July 2014

Abuse inquiry: built on conspiracy theories?

The myth of powerful, protected perverts has been around for decades.

3 July 2014

Savile: trawling for scandal?

A series of NHS reports lists claims of abuse by Savile – but how many could be proven?

8 May 2014

Operation Yewtree: defaming the dead?

Is it right that unproven, sometimes hysterical accusations can be made against the deceased?