Crime and the law

Crime and the law

5 October 2017

Lavinia Woodward and the importance of mercy

This controversial ruling represented the best of our justice system.

26 September 2017

The use and abuse of Grenfell survivors

The fire survivors are being let down by the government and victims' groups.

20 September 2017

Title IX: the sexual inquisition on campus

The campus rape panic is destroying due process and ruining lives.

18 September 2017

Making a mockery of juries

Yet again, misleading research is being used to attack the role of jurors.

11 September 2017

A rapist in a women’s prison? Society has lost the plot

It is time people took a stand against the trans ideology.

11 September 2017

Lammy review: the myth of institutional racism

This review could do more harm than good for black Britons.

11 September 2017

Racism is a spent force in British society

David Lammy is wrong about the criminal-justice system.

4 September 2017

Hey, lawyers – leave them kids alone

It’s perverse to have lawyers teaching children about sexual consent.

23 August 2017

The disabled man banned from having sex

The case of a Down's syndrome man court-ordered to be celibate is horrifying.

22 August 2017

We don’t need the state to police hate

Let’s trust citizens, not officials, to challenge prejudice online.