SOLON Law, Crime and History - Volume 3, Issue 3
Table of contents
Judith Rowbotham, Kim Stevenson and Samantha Pegg
Criminal Responses and Financial Misconduct in Twenty-first Century Britain: tradition and points of departure, and the significance of the conscious past. Gary Wilson and Sarah Wilson, p. 1-24
Assassination Before Assassins. Michael Gray-Fow, p. 42-65
Work in Progress
Violet Van Der Elst’s Use of Spectacle and Militancy in her Campaign Against the Death Penalty in England (University of Plymouth, 2013)Violet van der Elst launched her campaign against the death penalty in the mid-1930s. She employed direct action tactics outside prisons on execution morning, such as leading the crowd in song and breaking through police ...
Criminal Responses and Financial Misconduct in Twenty-first Century Britain: tradition and points of departure, and the significance of the conscious past (University of Plymouth, 2013)The Financial Services (Banking Reform) Bill 2013/14 (hereafter Banking Reform Bill) is set to introduce a new criminal offence of reckless misconduct by senior bank staff. The introduction of such an offence was recommended ...