31 March 2020,
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.
10 March 2020,
On the 33rd anniversary of his brother’s unsolved murder, Alastair Morgan describes how the culture of lies and institutional corruption surrounding the case have infected our media, our politics – and our future.
4 March 2020,
Barrister Gareth Roberts shares his insights on how the criminal justice is failing those who have endured violence by partners.
18 February 2020,
Ben Twomey explores how, far from cracking down on organised drugs crime, the Government is actually facilitating it through its flawed policies.
13 February 2020,
What does the Met Police's use of live facial recognition mean for our privacy and freedom of expression?
5 February 2020,
Hardeep Matharu looks at how longer sentences and current counter-radicalisation policy fails to address the real risks.
22 January 2020,
The new police officers promised by the Conservatives over the next three years won’t be fully qualified and will only be increasing the number of officers to 2010 levels.
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.
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
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.
22 August 2019,
Those close to the EDL founder claim that police officers often expressed sympathy for his right-wing politics and that the support could include the passing on of confidential information.
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.
17 May 2019,
Hardeep Matharu explores why those in the Muslim community believe that the Government's controversial counter-terrorism strategy is doing more harm than good.
26 April 2019,
A senior member of a suspected Russian mafia accused of laundering money through Spanish football has been found dead at his home while on bail.
THE JUSTICE TRAP: Was a Police Officer Sacked and Jailed for a Violent Assault actually the Victim of a Cover-Up?
18 April 2019,
PC Danny Major spent four months in prison for a crime he says he didn't commit. Faced with an unhelpful and inactive miscarriages of justice watchdog, he is still fighting to clear his name.