UK Law

Expect bolder incursions into the presumption of innocence in the UK

With crowd funding, private individuals can remake the Government itself in court

The Court of Appeal has ruled that there is no obligation on the State to allow the purchase of sex without criminal sanction

It would be wrong to give British citizens more protection from extradition than foreigners

It’s not for judges to say whether witnesses should have answered MPs’ questions

On the second day of Maya Forstater’s appeal, Josephine Bartosch says victory would result in heterodox thinkers breathing a sigh of relief

An employment judge may not believe sex is immutable — but will the appeal tribunal agree?

On the first day of Maya Forstater’s appeal, Sarah Phillimore says it is wrong that women continue to risk being sacked for their opinions

New provisions in the Trade Bill run the risk of putting a serious spanner in the delicately balanced works of international trade

In a world of superficial identity politics, Alexandra Wilson’s book offers a nuanced narrative