People suspected of sexual offences pre-charge will not have the right to automatic anonymity

Parties should have the right to make foolish decisions about what ideas to exclude

Freemasons, extremists, even members of the Garrick Club can be appointed to the bench

The effect of the Woolf reforms was to replace one set of legal jargon with another

A new judgment has challenged a convoluted legal defence of property damage

It is surely wrong that animal foetuses enjoy more protection under the law than human ones

Tired of seeing women and mothers erased in law and policy, Ireland’s women sent a resounding message

Recent amendments have failed to answer serious concerns about its implications

A new ruling offers hope for an end to preposterous rulings over “malicious communications”

British politicians are allowing unnecessary laws to ruin civil society