Crime and the law
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Crime and the law

14 February 2017

The tragedy of the transgender ultra-Orthodox case

In family conflicts, the law cannot rule on who’s right.

8 February 2017

‘My thinking was infected’

A Canadian judge has been forced to capitulate to feminist groupthink.

6 February 2017

Peer-to-peer abuse: a manufactured panic

Child protection's latest crusade is needlessly criminalising children.

4 February 2017

How not to challenge Trump

We talk The Donald, the French election and the Supreme Court.

31 January 2017

This is how to inquire into child abuse

Northern Ireland shows us the right way to address past crimes.

30 January 2017

Turning the law against the people

Why judges should never meddle in political affairs.

26 January 2017

‘I had no option but to fight for the truth’

Deborah Lipstadt on Denial, David Irving and free speech.

24 January 2017

This is not a victory for parliamentary sovereignty

The Brexit case was driven by disdain for the demos, not love for parliament.

24 January 2017

Against the juridification of everyday life

A new law on who can sit where on a bus undermines community life.