Crime and the law
How the court managed to turn the murderers of Lee Rigby into martyrs.
A court ruling on life sentences last week was a welcome reaffirmation of parliamentary sovereignty.
The failure of a few prosecutions won't stop the crusade.
An Eritrean woman explains why Western campaigns to End FGM do more harm than good.
In the name of supporting Dylan Farrow, commentators have unleashed a wave of prejudice and intolerance against Woody Allen.
Must-reads from the past week
The criminal trial of the Coronation Street star, as opposed to the media trial of Woody Allen, showed the value of being tried before a jury.
By making questionable claims about statistics, advocacy groups may actually be putting women off reporting attacks.
The handling of the Meredith Kercher murder case should shock anyone interested in fairness and truth.
The trials of Amanda Knox have become an excuse to attack the Italian national character.