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  • To catch a sex offender: The Flight from Reason
  • Birmingham pub bomb families refused Hillsborough style funding
  • Without Detention: 'Change will come one politically safe step at a time'
  • ‘You shouldn’t be asking, you should be telling them what you’re entitled to’
  • White House report attacks 'voodoo science' responsible for countless miscarriages of justice
  • To catch a sex offender: Institutional amnesia
  • HMP Lincoln: the Sound of Silence
  • To catch a sex offender: the making of a new genre of miscarriage of justice
  • 'We need to treat Tasers as lethal weapons'
  • 'It's time to think again about immigration detention'
  • PM dismisses Iraqi claims against MoD as 'vexatious' despite paying out £20m
  • Phil Shiner: grubby 'tank chaser' or human rights pioneer?
  • 'The justice system has elements that are intrinsically psychopathic'
  • Lib Dem peer attacks legal aid lawyers for acting like ‘1970s trade unionists’
  • Refugee Crisis: 'Our Government should hang its head in shame'
  • Cons, conjugal bliss and the 'Danish model'
  • Three years waiting for police watchdog were the 'hardest of my life', says mother of paralysed student
  • 'Dangerous territory' for human rights: Martha Spurrier in conversation with Helena Kennedy
  • Government to introduce pre-trial cross-examination for vulnerable witnesses
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