Dr Bharat Malkani reviews Richard Wyn Jones and Robert Jones’ book The Welsh Criminal Justice System: On the Jagged Edge
Time for a Welsh Human Rights Act
Rhys ab Owen MS advocates for a Human Rights (Wales) Act to safeguard citizens’ rights.
Time for Justice to be controlled in Wales
Rhys ab Owen argues that Welsh Government’s recent proposals for the devolution of justice in Wales fall short of the mark.
How Welsh Courts Have Coped with Pandemic Backlog
Sir Simon Picken, Presiding Judge of the Circuit in Wales, explains to Hannah Watkin how Welsh courts have risen to the challenges presented by the pandemic.
After Mohamud Mohammed Hassan’s Death, Wales Needs to Declare a Media Emergency
Wales’ lack of journalistic resource is structural injustice, writes Dylan Moore
Inside the ‘Pressure-Cooker’
Polly Manning writes that Swansea Prison is failing the men in its care
Facial recognition cameras are racist and authoritarian
South Wales Police may be allowed to use facial recognition cameras but the use of this technology massively infringes our most basic freedoms argues Dr Ed Bridges
Driving up standards in public services
Nick Bennett explains how the Public Services Ombudsman (Wales) Act, which comes into force today, will give a greater voice to citizens in the public services we all rely on
Extending the vote to prisoners could help to tackle social exclusion and deprivation
Leanne Wood calls for an informed debate about extending the vote to prisoners