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  • Trump, false confessions and the Central Park Five
  • 'Neither decent nor humane': MPs challenge minister over prisons crisis
  • The Fascinating Phenomenon of False Memories
  • Poor, bad and truly atrocious: Directing the jury on gross negligence manslaughter
  • Bishop George Bell case: 'A perfect storm from which injustice emerges'
  • Labour lambasts government over access to justice ‘crisis’ following legal aid cuts
  • The Appeal judges uphold conviction despite Crown disclosure breach
  • Iraq abuse allegations: Resist, deny, hide
  • Privacy watchdog 'stonewalling' over attempts to reveal number of anti-fracking protestors caught in ‘deradicalisation’ programme
  • Rising tide of allegations suggests ‘systemic abuse’ by British military
  • More British torture in Iraq and the state’s ‘corporate memory loss’
  • From war to occupation in Iraq : The killing of Baha Mousa
  • Compassion, courage and leadership? Liz Truss should listen to her predecessor
  • The Chilcot report and the politics of the Iraq war
  • 'Brand Branson' extends its reach with £700m contract to deliver NHS and social care services
  • Automatic victim belief: Good evidence, wrong framework, bad policy
  • A drowned boy, an apology, an attack on ‘activist, left-wing human rights lawyers’
  • Is there institutional racism in the criminal justice system?
  • Disclosure rule change: are we finally stopping the erosion of the burden of proof?
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