The governent’s attempt to regain the right to call an election is problematic
Why is it so hard to put rogue companies in the dock?
Sometimes the top legal officers need to give the government advice it doesn’t want to hear
I should have known that expressing the slightest doubt about trial by jury would lead to public opprobrium
The Faulks panel may prove to be a convenient fig leaf to allow government to override the rule of law
A British lawyer is fighting her dismissal in a Kafkaesque post-Brexit judicial quagmire
Reducing jury trials would reduce the legal backlog, but at what cost?
Even without the Human Rights Act, our judges would have developed a new law on privacy by now
A professional gambler who sued for £7.7 million has unwittingly led the Supreme Court to redefine honesty
If the EU can sack court members — judicial independence will become meaningless