September 27, 2017

Crime & Justice

September 27, 2017

Oxford University knife attacker too posh for prison

Andre Walker says Oxford University student Lavinia Woodward who, found guilty stabbed her boyfriend, avoided a custodial sentence by manipulating and making a mockery of our judicial system.
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September 18, 2017

Trump’s right, we’re failing to stop terrorists

Andre Walker argues the terror register should be expanded to include those suspected of participating in terror related activity.
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July 31, 2017

Government rebuked over Access to Justice

The Supreme Court’s unanimous decision to overturn government legislation on mandatory tribunal fees represents a rare tangible victory for Britain’s workforce. But is this a fleeting breakthrough, or a concrete indication of future vindication, asks Glenn Houlihan?
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July 18, 2017

Prosecute Blair for manslaughter

Richard Heller says it’s time Tony Blair faced prosecution for the common law offence of manslaughter. Doing so, he argues, would restore the principle of accountability in our public life.
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