Justice

As the prison population ages, more and more elderly, often disabled inmates are left in their cells, unable to cope yet fearful of release

Why, in the face of the evidence, does Jeremy Corbyn believe in the innocence of Jawad Botmeh?

In May, Gerry Adams told Prince Charles he wanted justice. But he should be careful what he wishes for—Sinn Féin too has much to hide  

The government now has an opportunity to reform our human rights laws — but progress will be tricky

Our feeble reaction to assaults on liberty in Paris and Copenhagen reveals this country’s terrible betrayal of the principle we did so much to establish

Michael Bloch’s deft biography turns Jeremy Thorpe’s life into a page-turning narrative

As the world honours the last survivors of the Shoah, it is time to tell the truth about post-war UK collaboration with Nazi perpetrators

We owe it to the world to prosecute home-grown war criminals of Islamic State here — not to deny them entry and their victims justice

Prosecutors, judges and politicians unite to deny us the right to trial by jury. Yet, like democracy, it is the least bad option

Mandatory reporting of suspicions of child abuse may sound like a good idea, but it would make prosecutions less, not more, likely