The government’s Judicial Review Bill provides only “adequate” redress
But powers will be “used at the discretion of individual judges”
How will Karim Khan QC cope with the challenges he faces as ICC prosecutor?
Intermediaries are neither one thing nor the other
Former master of the rolls shares the lessons he learned from his BBC inquiry
On this occasion, I was happy to tell them what I thought
And for those involved in Northern Ireland’s troubles, how does it differ from an amnesty?
That’s what two academics recommend — and the law is ahead of them
Parole Board panel’s decision was not irrational, reviewer finds
And non-consenting sexual partners: what will the Supreme Court decide?
But what's needed is a completely new structure
Why is the government so keen to “fix” human rights law?