The Catholic church has rightfully been criticised for its harbouring paedophiles and protecting them from the law. However, child rape is also happening at an alarming rate in schools, including State schools. Yet it goes under-reported. James Garry asks why?
Suzanne Harrison, aged 38, faces the possibility of a jail sentence for having an affair with a fifteen year old girl. Ms Harrison is a school teacher. The fifteen year old was one of her pupils.
When I read this story in the papers, I got the feeling that over the past Continue reading
The capital punishment debate is back. If Guido Fawkes can collect 100,000 signatures for an e-petition, politicians will be forced to debate it in Parliament. James Garry puts forward the case in support of its reintroduction.
I support capital punishment and I am pleased to see that, via the endeavours of the blogger Guido Fawkes, the debate has returned to the public forum. Mine is already one of the signatures on the e-petition on capital punishment debated in Parliament – not that I think the Continue reading
Sexual violence and rape are commonplace in war zones. Indictments of these crimes are inadequate and convictions are few and far between. These horrific offences will continue until they are punished similar to other forms of torture. Olivia Jackson reports.
In the past month, two separate events occurred which were a stake in the ground for the often-unmentioned victims of war zones worldwide: Firstly, Luis Moreno-Ocampo, the International Criminal Court’s Chief Continue reading