The government promised us the right to peaceful protest. It is delivering nothing of the kind.
Who threatens us most – peaceful campaigners or a private militia run by police chiefs?
Conservatives have perfected the trick of defending power by attacking it.
If the police can get away with killing Ian Tomlinson, there’s no justice in Britain.
How could the intent of today’s column have passed so many people by?
Here’s how the UK should pursue its war against young people.
International law presents a radical challenge to the powerful: they could be judged by the same standards as the rest of us.
The police treat protests and festivals as a threat to their power
Wherever Blair goes, our campaign ensures that he can never be free from the fear of arrest
Today I am launching a new fund – www.arrestblair.org – to reward people who attempt to arrest the former prime minister
Why has Mr Justice Eady been allowed to conduct a one-man campaign against free speech?
A damning judgement on army killings suggests that officials at every level have covered up torture and murder.
Why was the Big Green Gathering shut down by the authorities?
Why has policing in Britain gone so mad?
The rightwing press has briefly turned against the police, but normal service will soon resume.
The US and British governments have created a private prison industry which preys on human lives.
A British police unit is demonising peaceful protesters to stay in business.
A grotesque case of legal bullying using a 13th-Century law shows that in some respects we still haven’t shaken off feudalism.
England’s mediaeval libel laws are becoming a global menace to free speech
Crime is down, convictions are down, but the prisons are bursting. Why?