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As a GP Attending Prevent training, I was Surprised by Extinction Rebellion’s “Extremist” Listing – but not Shocked
16 January 2020,
Dr Adnan Siddiqui argues the targeting of XR as an extremist organisation supports growing concern the government's policy is about criminalising views it finds threatening.
13 January 2020,
Joseph Shaw meets Lesley Gibson, who has MS, and was taken to court for growing her own cannabis – because the batch prescribed to her legally was too expensive.
7 January 2020,
Stephen Colegrave delves into the Prime Minister's empathy gap and why it will inevitably let down the Conservative Party's new northern voters.
6 January 2020,
The former Chief Inspector of Prisons, Nick Hardwick, argues that time is running out for a progressive alternative to Boris Johnson's backward plans for the criminal justice system.
Celebrate the Success of the ‘Oval Four’ – But Don’t Forget the Many Others Trapped in a Broken System
6 December 2019,
The overturning of the convictions of the 'Oval Four' by the Court of Appeal shows our under-funded and chaotic criminal justice system working. Unfortunately this is an exception not the rule
2 December 2019,
Hardeep Matharu mourns the death of two young reformers and the horrific exploitation of their legacies by Boris Johnson and the tabloid press.
28 November 2019,
Nicola Driscoll-Davies on rapid moving events in the investigation into the assassination of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
27 November 2019,
Crime reporter Duncan Campbell sets out what the various political parties are promising on drugs for the next Parliament – but puts the likelihood of reform at close to zero.
8 November 2019,
The former BBC reporter speaks to Nicola Driscoll-Davies about his new book exploring the assassination of Malta's Daphne Caruana Galizia.
7 November 2019,
Zeeshan Ali debunks attempts to deny the rise in racist attacks in the UK as an attempt to legitimise Boris Johnson's Islamophobic remarks.
23 October 2019,
As part of her Why Masculinity Matters series, Hardeep Matharu speaks to Frances Crook, chief executive of the UK’s oldest prison reform charity, about why masculinity must be discussed by those in power if we are to effectively address crime.
21 October 2019,
Duncan Campbell considers what the end of the UK's participation in the European Arrest Warrant will mean for people involved in organised crime being brought to justice.
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.
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