Crime and the law
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Crime and the law

26 August 2016

In defence of jury service

In an age beholden to experts, jury service reminds us of the importance of common sense.

24 August 2016

The liberal case for scrapping the Human Rights Act

Human rights do not protect our freedom – they limit it.

19 August 2016

America’s law’n’order problem

To blame rising homicide rates on post-Ferguson ‘de-policing’ is a cop-out.

9 August 2016

Terrorism is not a mental-health issue

The source of terrorism lies in our cultural pessimism, not our heads.

8 August 2016

Abuse inquiry: a travesty of justice

After Lowell Goddard’s resignation, let’s scrap this glorified showtrial.

6 August 2016

‘We need liberty, not therapy’

Podcast: we discuss Named Persons, Byron Burgers, and Merkel.

4 August 2016

False allegations: a stain on justice

In their rush to 'believe the victim', the courts are ruining lives.

3 August 2016

The moral, principled case against the named person scheme

We shouldn't trust lawyers to overthrow loathsome policies.

1 August 2016

Nightclubs are not hotbeds of sex crime

We cannot allow the police to sanitise nightlife.