Another cornerstone of British justice is about to be removed:
Victims raped by strangers will have their identities protected from their attackers under a move to change the law on sexual assaults.
So that’s the right to face your accuser in open court court gone. What next?
The move comes at the same time as concern for victim’s rights mounts following the retrial of the footballer Ched Evans, who was acquitted of rape.
Because perish the thought that the victim there might have been Evans…