Law

Civil cases could soon be resolved quickly and cheaply through online “portals”

The politicised trial of the Bristol statue topplers shows the law surrounding protests is mired in confusion

The Wagatha Christie case reveals the addictive fun of gossip — but also its corrosive power

Will new laws to combat foreign espionage inhibit public interest journalism?

Recalling the murky role played by civil rights leader Rev Al Sharpton in a notorious faked abduction case

Why is the government making it easier to break up families?

Lord Chancellors who respect inconvenient unwritten rules are no longer welcome

The feminist fix: If you’re bullied in the workplace gather an army and fight back

Children are once again caught in the middle of a culture war over gender

It’s time to overturn the Foreign Enlistment Act