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Barrister Gareth Roberts assesses the breakdown in respect for the rule of law within Downing Street
The bigger story of the scandal of Downing Street lockdown parties is how fundamentally they strike at the foundations of our democracy, says barrister Gareth Roberts
Barrister Gareth Roberts explains why an addiction to pornography should be taken as seriously as those dangerously reliant on alcohol or drugs
If the Government really want to seize the assets of Russian oligarchs, the Economic Crime Bill doesn’t go far enough, says Gareth Roberts
Lawyer Gareth Roberts looks beyond the breaking of lockdown rules to the wider implications and legal standing of the much anticipated Cabinet Office report
Increasing the powers of magistrates will only put more pressure on the already strained crown court, says Gareth Roberts
The four defendants were found not guilty of criminal damage for removing the statue of the slave trader in Bristol – the rule of law in Britain will be significantly eroded, says Gareth Roberts
The North Shropshire by-election result has ended nearly 200 years of Conservative domination in the once safe Tory seat – but it now raises the question of what the Liberal Democrats stand for, says Gareth Roberts
The Prime Minister has made a miscalculation in his plans for an economic recovery from the COVID-19 crisis which is entirely focused on England, writes Gareth Roberts
As the Premier League restarts after its suspension due to the Coronavirus, Gareth Roberts looks at a hidden epidemic in Soccer — dementia and other signs of neurological damage
Gareth Roberts explores the unexpected legal consequences of the Government’s defence of the Prime Minister’s chief advisor
Gareth Roberts makes his case that UK's catastrophic handling of the COVID-19 pandemic should not be blamed on Boris Johnson's Government alone - but on the entire Conservative Party
Gareth Roberts argues that the Chancellor must not revert to type after the COVID-19 pandemic eases and preside over the continued under-funding of public services.
Barrister Gareth Roberts shares his insights on how the criminal justice is failing those who have endured violence by partners.