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Brilliant editorial in the Times today

There are many reasons why a policy, conceived with good intentions, might fall. It could prove to be too complex to administer. The cure might turn out to be, unexpectedly, as bad as the disease. Or its rationale could crumble in the light of events. This week, this last fate befell the Government’s Justice and Security Bill. Continue reading

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The Times comes out against secret courts.

The Times has come out against secret courts in their leading article today. As they say: Closed courts might prevent unjust compensation to terrorist suspects, but the cost in terms of justice is too high. Indeed.

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