The endemic existence of British ‘soft justice’ – an epidemic impossible to control?

The ongoing problems of the Criminal Justice System (CJS) in the UK have been highlighted in a number of previous posts on this blog, and indeed it will have been obvious to all and sundry in Britain that the whole system broke down a long long time ago, don’t you think? Now there are multiple […]

Michael Gove’s declaration on the United Kingdom and European Union – surprised?

To the surprise of most casual observers and many media professionals to boot, Justice Secretary Michael Gove suddenly publically announced on Friday that he was backing the OUT campaign for the forthcoming 23 June ‘In-Out’ referendum on UK membership of the EU. This was a massive outturn since Gove is PM David Cameron’s best mate […]