8 November 2016

Why judges should never rule on politics

The Brexit case revealed the depth of the crisis of democracy.

24 October 2016

Democracy in the dock

Both sides in the Brexit legal challenge dismiss the will of the people.

3 August 2016

The moral, principled case against the named person scheme

We shouldn't trust lawyers to overthrow loathsome policies.

16 June 2016

Labour: for the EU, against the people

Corbyn's party has lost faith in democracy.

23 February 2016

The moral bankruptcy of refugee law

The distinction between migrant and refugee is a dangerous illusion.

19 January 2016

Transgenderism: a top-down politics of identity

Far from being about liberty, transgenderism is backed by undemocratic power.

22 September 2015

Ul Nasir: a case of victim-centred injustice

Victims should not have the right to personalised justice.

15 September 2015

Time to tear up the Refugee Convention

Democratic states must be able to control their borders.

29 July 2015

The legal tyranny of gay marriage

When judges get to rule on political issues, the demos loses out.

6 July 2015

Gay marriage: a victory for therapy

The Supreme Court ruling appealed to hearts, not minds.