Abu Hamza is off to face US justice, and not before time. But the case of Babar Ahmad seems different: will he now undergo yet another extradition injustice?
He doesn’t even know the charges against him: so much for justice being seen to be done
The Holy Father is clearly opposed to the death penalty; but why doesn’t the Church oppose it as unequivocally as abortion and euthanasia?
It’s a real question: I simply don’t understand
Ruling defines the relationship of a priest to his bishop as that of employee to an employer
The details of the case have been distressing: surely the jury can hear these in private?
The news media do not come out well, either. The obsession with Knox’s looks was infantile