Crime and the law

3 September 2014

Marital bickering is none of the state’s business

Politicians should butt out of the emotional lives of husbands and wives.

3 September 2014

Ashya King: parents are more trustworthy than the state

Officialdom’s war on parental authority created this travesty of justice.

1 September 2014

Who hasn’t lied to get someone into bed?

Undercover policemen sleeping with their targets should not be prosecuted as rape.

26 August 2014

Lord Neuberger: giving democracy a hammering

Britain's judiciary is eroding our sovereignty from within.

18 August 2014

The NSPCC: enemy of justice

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

13 August 2014

Lib Dems: the snoopers’ party

Plans to stick cameras on police officers’ jackets tell us all we need to know about the Lib Dems’ commitment to privacy.

6 August 2014

Victim-impact statements: a pointless charade

It’s true: victim's statements during sentencing are acknowleged by judges, and then ignored.

24 July 2014

Sexting: another pervy panic

The UK authorities' creepy interest in teens' sex lives is doing real harm.