We must not empower an international body to meddle in matters which should be left to our own lawmakers
The ‘temporary’ threat to trial by jury
The intolerance of the professional class means a supreme court judge must now live in infamy
Reducing jury trials would reduce the legal backlog, but at what cost?
John Bowers reviews “Enemies of the People?” by Joshua Rozenberg
Even without the Human Rights Act, our judges would have developed a new law on privacy by now
Why does Boris want marriage to be a contract-at-will?
The current state of the transition talks
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