Both are socially evil and should be prosecuted on the basis of sufficient evidence.
Posts Tagged: crime
The Home and Justice Secretaries have two of the toughest jobs in Government. Their performance is an essential measure of the Coalition’s performance.
A new law of child emotional abuse will do little to protect children, but will bring big risks with it for parents and carers.
A success story from 20 years ago holds the key to smart anti-crime policymaking.
An important new report by the Chief Inspector of Constabulary concludes victims have been let down for far too long.
Andrew Rosindell MP: Yes, the leadership has made mistakes. But after last week’s Budget, we must unite to win next year.
We and the country cannot allow Ed Miliband to win, and Nigel Farage to help him to do so.
Marxist regimes have a long history of turning to non-governmental forces to do their dirty work
The noisiest opponents are the ageing anarchists and scruffy students from the Left-wing protest brigade
If we do not stop this barbaric practice, we will have failed to protect young girls from horrific abuse.
Catherine Marcus: Women should be careful when drinking with men. And saying so isn’t giving cover to rapists.
Irma Kurtz of Cosmopolitan shouldn’t be slated for stating the obvious.
The Esher and Walton MP’s campaign to crack down on abuses of human rights is also a sign of how the Commons is changing.
You don’t have to be Sherlock Holmes to know that the police manipulate the figures.
The sweeping breadth of reform being championed by Conservative MPs is now so commonplace that it is hardly remarked upon in the newspapers.
Such a law would strengthen the new code of practice that followed my 2011 Bill.
They give offenders a choice: get clean and sober with our help, or go to jail.