SOLON Law, Crime and History - Volume 3, Issue 1
Table of contents
Judith Rowbotham, Kim Stevenson and Samantha Pegg
A History Lesson for David Cameron. Ann Lyon, p. 1-15
Letting Down the Drawbridge: Restoration of the Right to Protest At Parliament. Kiron Reid, p. 16-51
Policing Public Houses in Victorian England. Paul Jennings, p. 52-75
Sweet Fanny Adams and Sarah’s Law: The Creation of Rhetorical Shorthand in the Print Press. Samantha Pegg, p. 76-96
(University of Plymouth, 2013)This article considers two cases of female child murder, modern and historical, where the victims have become household names. The framing of these cases in the print press is explored in order to address how similar cases ...
(University of Plymouth, 2013)This article examines the policing of that most important site for leisure and pleasure among the Victorian working-classes – the pub. It begins with an examination of how changes in policing arrangements from the ...
(University of Plymouth, 2013)This article analyses the history of the prohibition of protests around Parliament under the Serious Organised Crime and Police Act 2005. This prohibited any demonstrations of one or more persons within one square kilometre ...