Crime and the law
This case has exposed the illiberalism and classism of the new elite.
Why are courts having to delve into the minutiae of complainants’ sex lives?
This is the most cynical, politically motivated crime panic in memory.
Anything else would be a catastrophic betrayal of democracy.
Public inquiries should be about truth, not giving people ‘closure’.
Must-reads from the past week
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.