Ministry of Injustice

Welcome to the Ministry of Injustice (MOI). Our aim is simple, to be the premier source of legal articles, exposés and analysis from the UK and around the world. The Ministry of Injustice is not the Ministry of Justice.

“People who break the law to affirm their belief in the injustice of a law or government action are sometimes vindicated by history.”

Lord Hoffmann – R v Jones (Margaret) [2007] 1 AC 161 at [89]:

Our Legal Blog, Legal News and Police News sections are regularly updated with the latest legal and policing articles as well as analysis :-

The Ministry of Injustice had over 65,000 visitors from 133 countries in November 2023. Thanks for visiting !

“Family justice boards” and the like everywhere now panicking as they finally realise what happens on the internet stays on the internet forever!


The MOI are happy to publish any legal articles or stories as long as they are lawful in the UK. Please contact us with your article, an idea for an article or legal story.

We recommend you should always seek formal legal advice if required, from a qualified and reputable lawyer (solicitor or barrister).

We have a number of links to Free Legal Resources and Legal Organisations on our Free Legal Advice, Legal Aid and Pro Bono pages.

Check out our articles on HHJ Farquhar, HHJ Bedford and the highly questionable Sussex Family Justice Board.

Read the reviews of Gavin Howe Barrister

“He is awful, underhanded and should not be practising law!”

“Mr Watts created a website for the public to see undermining the local Judiciary/Professionals/CAFCASS and the Legal System”

Sussex Barrister

Ignorantia legis neminem excusat – ‘Ignorance of law excuses no one

Everyone has the right to freedom of expression. This right shall include freedom to hold opinions and to receive and impart information and ideas without interference by public authority and regardless of frontiers.

Article 10 of the Human Rights Act 1998

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