Indian candidate fills 15th and final place on bench of international court of justice after UK withdraws its pick for postThe UK will not have a judge on the bench of the international court of justice for the first time in its 71-year history after withdrawing its candidate for the seat...Read More
The artist has managed to get a bar in Germany to change its name – and she’s not the only one to take umbrage at having their name used to sell thingsPity the poor celebrity who has worked hard to create a name for themselves only for someone else to come along to use it.
Young offender institutions are cruel and counterproductive. Cressida Dick’s call for ‘harsher’ sentencing reveals her ignorance of the evidenceIn 2003 I visited Feltham young offender institution for the first time. Freshly returned from death row in America, I was feeling smug about civilised...Read More
Family drug and alcohol courts can help break the patterns that blight children’s lives; this innovation should be shared How do we upgrade the family justice system so that it disrupts patterns of family violence, drug abuse and mental distress, which blight children’s lives, at great human...Read More
Judge who pipped Prince Charles to become governor general of Australia in the 1980s, then sat on the UN international criminal court’s first trialAmong the many signal achievements of the British-born Australian judge Sir Ninian Stephen, who has died aged 94, two stand out. As governor general...Read More
A tribunal said couriers were ‘self-employed’ and not eligible for certain protections. But they counter that the firm is ducking its liabilitiesWhen 21-year-old Nathaniel Shaughnessy needed to find flexible paid work, he took a courier job with fast-food delivery firm Deliveroo, and for two...Read More