Crime and the law
In family conflicts, the law cannot rule on who’s right.
A Canadian judge has been forced to capitulate to feminist groupthink.
Child protection's latest crusade is needlessly criminalising children.
We talk The Donald, the French election and the Supreme Court.
Northern Ireland shows us the right way to address past crimes.
Must-reads from the past week
Why judges should never meddle in political affairs.
Deborah Lipstadt on Denial, David Irving and free speech.
The Brexit case was driven by disdain for the demos, not love for parliament.
A new law on who can sit where on a bus undermines community life.