August 16, 2016 'Opting out of human rights laws would leave soldiers without protection:' Jocelyn Cockburn on attacks on 'left wing lawyers' To catch a sex offender: David Rose on the making of a new genre of miscarriage of justice 'The judge was a gobshite. He didn’t have a clue…’ Ricky Tomlinson talks to Nick Bano Magistracy heading for morale crisis - and then retirement Making a murderer lawyers support campaign to preserve court records Anonymity for those accused of sexual offences would 'jeopardise open justice' 'It's time for Liz Truss to face up to the reality of the crisis in our prisons' A magistracy in crisis? Is Ched Evans verdict ‘a rapists’ charter’? Doctor struck off for challenging shaken baby syndrome begins fight back CPS forced to pay out after 'knowingly and repeatedly' failing to disclose evidence Article 50 legal action: determining the mechanics of Brexit Children speak out about 'heavy-handed' policing Watchdog accused of failing Hillsborough families after refusing to investigate South Yorkshire police chief constable The long walk to justice Amnesty slams government’s for 'extreme haste' of devastating legal aid cuts 'Secrecy has been the hallmark and curse of British government for centuries' Child arrests drop by 59% cent in five years Plans for UK military to opt out of human rights laws would leave our soldiers without vital protections 'Vague, incomplete and lacking in vision': MPs on forensics strategy Ricky Tomlinson: ‘The judge was a gobshite. He didn’t have a clue...’ CPS pays 'significant sum' over 'lamentable' failures to disclose critical evidence Would you really take human rights advice from G4S?