A barrister who called for the age of consent to be lowered and criticised the Jimmy Savile investigation says she does not
There is nothing worse than being accused of something you didn't do. Well, there is. Being convicted of something you didn't do. But if members of the police force, left-leaning commentators and senior lawyers are to be believed, the worst thing right now is to be identified as a potential wrong-doer.
Hewson seems to have missed a fundamental point of Operation Yewtree: it is fighting to give victims of abuse a voice after years of being too afraid to speak out. She is merely adding to this fear in her article.
A barrister whose controversial views on child sex abuse sparked fury says support for her has been "flooding in". Barbara
Barbara Hewson, the lawyer whose controversial views about sex attacks sparked huge debate, has now been challenged by the
If someone committed a crime against you should they be let off if it had happened a long time ago? Or would you still want to see justice done, no matter how much time had passed? Well today there has been a lot of debate about comments by a leading lawyer who described the investigation of historical sexual offences under Operation Yewtree as the 'witch-hunting of ageing celebs'.
There have been calls to raise the IQ of barristers after one expressed an opinion that most right-thinking people disagree
A barrister who sparked fury by claiming for the age of consent to be lowered to 13 says she has received threats online
A leading barrister has called for the age of consent to be lowered to 13 while claiming Operation Yewtree is a "far graver
The BBC has announced another "freestanding investigation" into how disgraced TV star Stuart Hall was able to abuse his victims