British Law

Small disputes involving ordinary people are not a waste of the courts’ time

The use of unreliable facial recognition technology is growing without sufficient scrutiny or accountability

New threats to speech inquiry could inspire an unlikely consensus around openness

There is no right to avoid criticism

Time to recover Britain’s Judeo-Christian constitutional heritage

Sometimes love can conquer even the unimpassioned proceedings of the law courts

A new book on civil liberties and the pandemic is bogged down by petty proceduralism

The Government’s chaotic handling of the Covid-19 crisis resulted in an arbitrary rule by diktat of dubious legitimacy that should never be repeated