Figures released today show that charges brought in by the coalition have caused a severe drop in the number of workers bringing tribunal cases against their employers, leading to accusations that justice is now available only to those who can afford it.
A judge condemns them for being "well aware" that official documents were altered before a trial.
Without a more sophisticated knowledge of the law, a casual viewer will inevitably filter what they see through the biases they already harbour.
Access to legal advice is a vital part of the welfare safety net that could disappear if government
Would today's politicians dare to abolish capital punishment in Britain?
The death of an Angolan deportee raises questions about government use of private sector security fi
Justice Secretary stresses "toughness" as he announces that all prisoners will work a 40 hour week.
Report shows that women are being shunted into a system designed for simpler asylum claims.
A new survey yields depressing results, as most female respondents say that victims are partly to bl