Crime and the law

25 November 2014

Bill Cosby
is innocent

We forget this at our peril.

21 November 2014

Ched Evans: the dangers of mob justice

Petitioners and celebs are trashing the idea of redemption.

18 November 2014

The UK government’s reign of anti-terror

The first casualty of IS in Britain could well be our freedom.

10 November 2014

Killing the Vibe of Brick Lane

The police and local councils are destroying London’s nightlife.

23 October 2014

Ched Evans and the silencing of debate

Campaigners are snuffing out any dissent from the official rape narrative.

22 October 2014

Robul Hoque: sentenced for a thought crime

Since when has possessing weird cartoons been a criminal offence?

13 October 2014

The online petitioners trolling Ched Evans

Evans, a convicted rapist, has served his sentence - it’s time to move on.

6 October 2014

Two cheers for the Tory war on human rights

UK human-rights law doesn't need to be reformed – it needs to be abolished.

29 September 2014

A Travis-ty of justice

The DLT trial shows that when enough mud is thrown, some will eventually stick.

3 September 2014

Marital bickering is none of the state’s business

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