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18 October 2019,
Nicola Driscoll-Davies reports from Malta on a vigil to mark two years since the assassination of the country's most famous journalist.
Julian Assange to Stay in Prison While his Fight Against Extradition to the US on Espionage Charges Continues
11 October 2019,
The WikiLeaks founder appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court this morning via video link from Belmarsh Prison.
8 October 2019,
CJ Werleman on how women are weaponised in racist myths as victims of Muslims, with the result more women are subject to racist attacks.
25 September 2019,
Hardeep Matharu sat down with MP David Lammy to discuss privilege, knife crime and cannabis at this week’s Labour Party Conference.
Supreme Court Prorogation Ruling: A Bomb Thrown into the Centre of Boris Johnson’s ‘Do or Die’ Brexit?
24 September 2019,
Court reporter James Doleman on the momentous ruling by the highest court in the UK which has found the Prime Minister acted unlawfully in advising the Queen to prorogue Parliament.
18 September 2019,
Day two of the momentous Supreme Court hearing on whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully in advising the Queen to suspend Parliament.
Supreme Court Prorogation Case: ‘No Prime Minister has Abused his Powers in this Way in the Last 50 Years’
17 September 2019,
day one of the momentous hearing at the UK's Supreme Court to determine whether the Prime Minister acted unlawfully in advising the Queen to suspend Parliament.
9 September 2019,
Court reporter James Doleman's analysis on the role of the courts in Boris Johnson's Brexit saga.
3 September 2019,
Why the Prime Minister's claim that his Government must tackle violent crime urgently by shutting down Parliament doesn't stand up to scrutiny.
27 August 2019,
Crime writer Duncan Campbell explores the societal perception of women and illegality.
19 August 2019,
Crime writer Duncan Campbell takes his seat in the press bench for a most satisfying trio of cases.
‘It’s Not Democracy and It’s Not the Law’ – Legal Action to Stop Boris Johnson Suspending Parliament for No Deal Brexit Given Go Ahead
13 August 2019,
A cross-party group of 75 MPs argued that proroguing Parliament would be a breach of the British constitution.
EXCLUSIVE Good Cop, Bad Press: How a Key Witness in the Daniel Morgan Murder has been Silenced for 7 Years
6 August 2019,
Peter Jukes, host of the hit Untold: the Daniel Morgan Murder podcast, looks at a recent damages claim and a further twist in this decades-long saga.
2 August 2019,
Years of neglect for groups supporting victims of crime must be rectified by Boris Johnson, argues North West England’s former Chief Prosecutor.
THE JUSTICE TRAP: The Carl Beech Case Reveals the Potential for Injustice with Historical Allegations of Abuse
1 August 2019,
Jon Robins on what the imprisonment of the fantasist known as 'Nick' shows about how false allegations can ruin lives.
Empty Promises: Boris Johnson’s 20,000 New Police Officers won’t Provide a Solution to Britain’s Creaking Justice System
26 July 2019,
North West England's former Chief Prosecutor, Nazir Afzal, on why the new Prime Minister does not have a coherent crime and justice strategy – despite his 'law and order' rhetoric.
THE JUSTICE TRAP: How the Cash-Strapped Miscarriages of Justice Watchdog is No Longer Independent or Doing Its Job
24 July 2019,
Jon Robins explores the state of the Criminal Cases Review Commission and the dwindling number of potential miscarriages of justice being referred to the Court of Appeal.
23 July 2019,
Byline Times' court reporter James Doleman documents a bizarre run of cases on his return to the press gallery after a hiatus from the courts.
18 July 2019,
Nicola Driscoll-Davies on new developments in the investigation of the murder of Malta's most prominent journalist.
15 July 2019,
Byline Times' court reporter James Doleman gives his personal take on the jailing of Stephen Yaxley-Lennon and his conviction for contempt of court.
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