Interview: John Thomas—Why our judges are not “activist”
For one former lord chief justice, who ruled on one of the most controversial cases of our time, the true problem lies not in the courts but with flawed parliamentary processes
Interview: Amanda Pinto—Battling the courts backlog
The Chair of the Bar Council says there is no substitute for proper investment in criminal justice
Lord Bingham and the role of the courts: A response to Helena Kennedy
As the great judge knew, judicial review has limits
The Secret Barrister exposes how charlatans vandalise the rule of law
"Fake law" offers a powerful corrective to self-serving claims from cynical and incompetent politicians
The government is bent on constitutional destruction. We should remember Lord Bingham now more than ever
The late great judge, who died ten years ago, would not have stood idly by while Johnson and his gang dismantled our democratic safeguards
Government zealots fix their sights on judicial review
A panel has been tasked with identifying reforms to judicial review. But is this just another way to empower the executive—and disempower everyone else?
Is former Supreme Court president Nicholas Phillips optimistic about the rule of law?
What might be the consequences of years of constitutional turbulence?
What effects will Covid-19 have on jobs, social care, cities? A politicians' symposium
We are all affected by coronavirus, but some people have to decide what to do about it. Here we ask ministers and mayors about the problems they face and the actions they are taking—and we also ask their scrutineers, in…
How will the justice system withstand the coronavirus outbreak?
When courts close more fully, consequences will reach every corner of society
Can the UK learn from how Canada appoints its judges?
Those seeking reform might study how Trudeau revolutionised the process
How the myth of judicial activism has taken on a life of its own
Call this out for what it is: an executive power project
Brexit is happening, but the constitution is saved
The two Gina Miller cases ensured constitutional principle was upheld