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13 October 2011

Crumbs of comfort in today’s new guidelines on burglary from the Sentencing Council. The age of...

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14 July 2011

Recessions cause harm in a number of ways, argues Richard Garside. It may be too early to tell...

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10 February 2011

Richard Garside wonders why so many people find it so difficult to see beyond the label when it...

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21 January 2011

Richard Garside points out the myth of road sharing when it comes to motorists and cyclists.

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14 January 2011

Richard Garside welcomes the closure of some old prisons. But with more then 200,000 people...

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5 January 2011

Richard Garside argues that defining what crime is and is not is rather more complex than at...

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30 November 2010

Lee Bridges, Emeritus Professor of the University of Warwick School of Law, responds to Louise...

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4 November 2010

Giving prisoners the vote is right, argues Richard Garside. But it far from the most pressing...

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20 October 2010

Contrary to complaints from some high profile figures, the police have done well out of the...

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23 July 2010

Crispin Blunt's spot of bother with Downing Street for suggesting that prisoners need hope tells...

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15 July 2010

Richard Garside argues that it is the way we organise society, not the levels of crime, that is...

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5 June 2010

Richard Garside wrote the following article for a New Statesman special policy report on crime....