Crime and the law
Why it's wrong to prosecute the British soldiers who fought in Iraq.
By criminalising sexism, the police are acting like Victorian chaperones.
A recent human-rights case shows the dangers of giving addicts drug substitutes.
In an age beholden to experts, jury service reminds us of the importance of common sense.
Human rights do not protect our freedom – they limit it.
Must-reads from the past week
To blame rising homicide rates on post-Ferguson ‘de-policing’ is a cop-out.
The source of terrorism lies in our cultural pessimism, not our heads.
After Lowell Goddard’s resignation, let’s scrap this glorified showtrial.
Podcast: we discuss Named Persons, Byron Burgers, and Merkel.