If you join foreign conflicts you’re prosecuted as a terrorist, however just your cause. Read more.
Category archives: law & order
A shocking new bill threatens to make this country feel like a giant shopping mall. Read more.
A remarkable “mistake” by the police hints at who wields power in the UK. Read more.
The police spy scandal shows that mass surveillance will be used against us. Read more.
If assassinating suspects makes sense overseas, why not at home? Read more.
Could an astonishing explanation for the rise and fall of violent crime be correct? Read more.
The prospect of a trial for Tony Blair now starts to look more plausible Read more.
Press release: Payouts for attempts to arrest the former PM now exceed £10,000. Read more.
The government is ensuring that we can mount no effective protest against the banks and corporations. Read more.
The Ratcliffe miscarriage of justice shows that we need a sweeping reform of the police. Read more.
The government promised us the right to peaceful protest. It is delivering nothing of the kind. Read more.
Who threatens us most – peaceful campaigners or a private militia run by police chiefs? Read more.
Conservatives have perfected the trick of defending power by attacking it. Read more.
If the police can get away with killing Ian Tomlinson, there’s no justice in Britain. Read more.
Here’s how the UK should pursue its war against young people. Read more.
International law presents a radical challenge to the powerful: they could be judged by the same standards as the rest of us. Read more.