An international court's trial of ex-Liberian president Charles Taylor dents the democratic rights of West Africans.
From a self-righteous human rights lawyer to a trafficking victim, the characters in Hearts and Minds are like cut-out clichés from the immigration debate.
The banning of silly Christian bus adverts reveals the contempt in which the mayor holds ordinary Londoners.
A London poster campaign about male rape is part of a trend to encourage us all to be victims in need of support.
Chanting ‘vile abuse’ at other footie supporters shouldn’t be a criminal offence – it is a vital part of being a fan.
Must-reads from the past week
With its inaccuracies and childish arguments, Kony2012 is no help whatsoever to the people of Uganda.
In criminalising stalking, the government is outlawing all sorts of normal, if lovelorn behaviour.
Anyone who values liberty should be a card-carrying ‘sceptic’ of the European Court of Human Rights.
The Equality Act is less about ending oppression and more about enforcing state-approved behaviour.
Abu Qatada has been incarcerated for nine years, and not once has he been found guilty of anything illegal.