Jimmy Savile scandal
The UK justice system needs to face facts: 'recovered memories' simply aren't credible.
Not so long ago, adults treated paedophiles with caution rather than dread.
After Rolf, the Westminster ‘child sex ring’: why the paedo-scare won’t die.
A series of NHS reports lists claims of abuse by Savile – but how many could be proven?
Is it right that unproven, sometimes hysterical accusations can be made against the deceased?
Must-reads from the past week
Michael Young Schools
Wendy Kaminer USA
The failure of a few prosecutions won't stop the crusade.
The criminal trial of the Coronation Street star, as opposed to the media trial of Woody Allen, showed the value of being tried before a jury.
Criminalising people who fail to report suspicions of child abuse will poison social relations.
This showtrial exposed how irrationally obsessed with ‘evil’ Britain has become.