You are not alone—Peter Todd, Consultant Solicitor, ‘Maverick’ Vaccine Injury ExpertIn gentle, easy-to-understand language, experienced vaccine injury compensation lawyer Peter Todd affords a valuable and unique glimpse into his world, the role of the coroner and the pathologist, and how an inquest proceeds.
Police misconduct: Bad recruitment, poor vetting, or a failure of leadership?
Portugal, Pandemics and Parliament—One woman’s remarkable storyMeet the dentist who is almost single-handedly, and in her own time and at her own personal expense, pushing back against the narrative of control in her country, Portugal.
Charles Malet Podcast: Birmingham's No-Prayer Law—the law that has to ask you if you're breaking it
UK Column's policing commentator unpicks the unenforceable nonsense of one of Britain's new wave of local council Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs), explains the Doctrine of the Lesser Magistrates and asks why the Church of England couldn't care less about criminalised silent prayer.
I'm not anti-vax, I'm pro-informed consent—and you should be, too
Ugly Building—Ugly Ideas—Ugly SourcesThe liars who occupy the Scottish Parliament are using our vocabulary, but not our dictionary. The very concept of childhood is under attack. And to undermine the protections our society offers children, they must first undermine the people who will defend the children—their parents.
Understanding the dangers of the European Arrest Warrant—Trevor KitchenFollowing his exposure of the Swiss banking system, Trevor Kitchen has been viciously hounded by both the Swiss and the EU legal systems, principally with the help of the European Arrest Warrant. Even Conservative MP Dominic Raab sees the danger, saying, "The EAW has devastated the lives of too many innocent people.” We all need to understand the dangers of this pernicious legal device.
Husten—We Have A Problem
Just Stop Oil — Press arrests unlawful?
What on earth were Hertfordshire Police up to with two journalists when Just Stop Oil blockaded the M25?
Interview with a Stormtrooper revisited: Do we have rights?
Woke police: Bad judgement—or bad law?
British police versus Christians: can Dia Moodley preach?
Are we still allowed to evangelise in public, or has the right to be offended trumped all other law?