Crime and the law
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Crime and the law

24 January 2017

This is not a victory for parliamentary sovereignty

The Brexit case was driven by disdain for the demos, not love for parliament.

24 January 2017

Against the juridification of everyday life

A new law on who can sit where on a bus undermines community life.

4 January 2017

We need freedom, not human rights

There's nothing to fear from repealing the Human Rights Act.

26 December 2016

The year the law turned against the people

This year, judicial meddling in politics was out of control.

15 December 2016

National Action isn’t a terrorist organisation

We must not give this vile group the notoriety it craves.

9 December 2016

No institution should be above the people

The Brexit judges must realise they are beholden to us, too.

8 December 2016

The Harding Clark report: when hysteria trumps fact

A new Irish report on symphysiotomy reveals the dangers of victim culture.

30 November 2016

Using the law as a weapon against the people

The legal coups against Brexit are getting out of hand.

24 November 2016

Prison reform needs big ideas

We need a revolution in justice policy.

22 November 2016

The tyranny of ‘believe the victim’

In the pursuit of ‘VIP paedos', fundamental principles were jettisoned.