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The new pamphleteers.
Lord Chief Justice to preside over latest appeal in Chambers v Director of Public Prosecutions
Complainants of rape and sexual assault have rights too.
A clear breach of the law does not mean that the law was right to begin with.
How powerful people see opposition.
The TwitterJokeTrial appeal may be heard by Britain’s most senior judge.
The extradition of an alleged rapist comes another step nearer
A fresh appeal hearing is ordered before three appeal judges as the case goes on.
The Leveson Inquiry hears of an interesting conversation.
Was there a wrongful disclosure of price sensitive information?
Why the “great lawyer” theory of justice is misleading.
The story of how, in a string of managerial and legal lapses, the Times hacked NightJack and effectively misled the High Court
Ignorance is no excuse.
The significant allegation of Jacqui Hames at the Leveson inquiry.
The second module of the Leveson inquiry has an explosive start.
What is the significance so far of "Occupy LSX"?
Commercial freedom, trans issues, and the struggle for respect.
Why breaking the law should not be the first resort.
Why those at the tabloid should be more concerned with News International than the police.
Richard Horton has instructed solicitor Mark Lewis.
Your brief guide to the High Court case.
Why social media is part of the solution not part of the problem.
The emerging questions over the hacking of a blogger's email account.
The Times finally admits that a blogger's email account was hacked.
The Guardian disclosure raises serious questions about the 2009 NightJack case.
But were the results of computer hacking used in any published story?
An illiberal and misconceived prosecution fails at Southwark Crown Court.
The obscenity case continues against Michael Peacock.
What about the gang members not convicted of the murder of Stephen Lawrence?
From OccupyLSX to Leveson, the British political system is not working well.