Jolyon Maugham is a barrister who advised Ed Miliband on tax policy. He blogs at Waiting for Tax, and writes for the NS on tax and legal issues.
Someone who is raped has between a 1.1 and 1.8 per cent prospect of seeing their rapist convicted.
The Supreme Court decision on Article 50 may have given parliament a vote, but it broke with Britain's legal tradition.
The Great Repeal Bill will force the party to make a choice on who has the final say on a deal withg Europe.
No one made Labour stand in Richmond Park.
The opposition is giving up its only meaningful threat - blocking Article 50.
A little two-step takes the Prime Minister into the realm of meaningful tax avoidance.
Boris Johnson is just plain wrong.
The right must recognise that Jeremy Corbyn's mandate is strong and unquestionable - but Corbyn must compromise, too.
The goverment's programme of cuts is a choice, not a certainty, says Jolyon Maugham.
An ambiguous clause gives hope to the Labour leader's opponents - and fear to his supporters. Jolyon Maugham looks at the legal arguments.