Rule of law

"If we see the rule of law being broken in a way that I find unacceptable I will go," says Robert Buckland.
Cabinet minister tells One Nation Tory members he will "respect" the rule of law "without worrying" what Downing Street says.
How much longer must we accept that oil-rich countries can operate outside the rule of law simply because they prop up the economies of Western governments?
Traffic law does not work like the rest of our justice system, with traffic law, you are guilty until proven innocent.
I lived in Hong Kong for the first five years after its handover to China. I know Hong Kong's political prisoners Joshua
Illiberal rulers from Venezuela to Poland are assaulting constraints on their power. In Italy, anti-elite populists are using the internet to empower citizens and upend representative government.
Friday morning's reaction to the Article 50 judgment has made me deeply reflective about the state of our politics. The Brexit era has been characterised by political announcements redolent of the deepest farce from 'The Thick Of It'. The EU Referendum has changed everything about British public life, and it is difficult to get a stable sense of what is actually going on as we lurch from one episodic crisis to the next.
There is also no requirement for cyclists to be registered anywhere in the same way that motorists have to register with the DVLA, so there is no way of really knowing if after a collision with a cyclist they really are who they say they are, unlike a motorist whose registration number would provide a lot of details even if they didn't.
Petitions are one of the worst forms of 'crowdsplaining' and they really annoy me. I don't know whether they're so irksome because they're utterly useless, or because if they actually worked they'd be so detrimental to reasoned democracy.
It is in Britain's best interests to partner with countries who share our values of rule of law, human rights and justice and our duty, as a nation whose heritage includes Magna Carta, to hold our partners to account when they fail to hold themselves accountable.