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    Under cover of coronavirus, the Tory government is bulldozing basic liberties

    03:05, September 21 30 0

    Towards the end of last week, someone I know posted a video and photograph on social media, taken one balmy afternoon on Hampstead Heath in north London. They showed a group of young people – who, by the look of them, had spent the day together at school or college. The images also featured three police officers, dispatched to disperse the gathering. In response, everyone had tried in vain to retreat into groups of six. “In the end they give up and all leave together,” ran the accompanying text. And that was that: a small, faintly absurd incident that highlighted the strange times in which we now live.

    The UK government is attempting to bend the rules on torture

    10:02, September 20 25 0

    It is ironic timing that the overseas operations bill returns to parliament next week, not long after questions of international law dominated the political agenda. This government has already, brazenly, admitted that it is prepared to violate international law with the internal market bill. It is now proposing more of the same with an issue that has received less attention.

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg's legacy will survive the bitter battle over her successor

    02:05, September 20 29 0

    When, in 2015, Time magazine made Ruth Bader Ginsburg one of its 100 most influential people, it was the conservative and fellow supreme court justice Antonin Scalia who observed: “Ginsburg has had two distinguished legal careers, either one of which would alone entitle her to be one of Time’s 100.”

    Letters: Suella Braverman – blindly in thrall to Cummings and co

    01:28, September 20 28 0

    The arrogant and duplicitous nature of Boris Johnson’s government is summed up by the attorney general’s assertion that, despite the proposals to “disapply” part of the Brexit withdrawal deal, the government remained “committed to the rule of law” (“Top lawyers slam minister for wrecking UK’s reputation”, News). Breaking international law in a “specific and limited way” should be anathema to all members of the government. The inability of Suella Braverman and her fellow travellers to see what is staring them in the face and apparent to anyone not in thrall to Johnson is simply staggering. It is surely a case of the blond leading the blind.Mike PenderCardiff