Bad Law, Antis & the Police

BY GILES BRADSHAW Since the publication of my article The Absurd Law Trumped By Common Sense in Country Squire Magazine, I’ve had some interesting feedback: Devon and Cornwall Police Firstly I have been informally questioned by the police. I actually welcome this development as it allowed me to put my case to them for humane hunt crime. I’ve been through with them in detail how … Continue reading Bad Law, Antis & the Police

Judicial Secrecy in Scotland

BY IAN MITCHELL The rule of law is at risk in Scotland today as there is a political wind blowing which is not friendly to a reciprocal relationship between the rulers and the ruled. This is by no means confined to Scotland, and the Westminster government has also been criticised for trying to “rule by decree”. But Britain has a robust parliament, which is at … Continue reading Judicial Secrecy in Scotland

Saunders’ Patchy Reign Over

BY JAMIE FOSTER Alison Saunders has announced she is stepping down as head of the Crown Prosecution Service after five years in post. Hers has been a controversial tenure, leaving behind a mixed legacy. Her main ambition, to secure more convictions in sex cases, has led to a string of failures and near miscarriages of justice. High profile men have had their names dragged through … Continue reading Saunders’ Patchy Reign Over