* * * * * WEREWOLF ISSUE 4, SEPTEMBER 2009 * * * * *


Should the law protect celebrity privacy?

Is Hassan Firouzabadi (who?) running Iran ?

Why rape victims get a bad deal from the courts

Changing the law on rape

Can rape victims get a better deal?

by Catriona MacLennan

The Media, Celebrities and Privacy

An interview with Lord Walker of Gestingthorpe

by Gordon Campbell

Is Test Cricket On the Ropes?

The long version of the great game faces an uncertain future

by Brannavan Gnanalingham

How Green Is Your Landlord ?

Convincing landlords to invest in energy savings – when tenants reap the benefits – is difficult

by James Robinson

The Complicatist: When Good Hymns Are Sung By Bad People

That song from Night of the Hunter

by Gordon Campbell

Looking After Our Patch

Crush and crate’ em policies increase the power of gangs

by Denis O’Reilly

Iran: Paranoid, But With Real Enemies

Iran faces up to its inner demons and its foreign foes

by Gordon Campbell

Living Sensibly with Drugs

Portugal makes the de-criminalisation of drugs work

by Jose Barbosa

Badger’s Parting Gifts (1984) by Susan Varley

Death in children’s stories

by Gordon Campbell

Left Coasting: The Door That Swings Both Ways

California fails to cope with its crowded prisons

by Rosalea Barker

Travelling Light: Doing the Manhattan Walk of Death

On foot, and fearless in New York City

by Nina Arron

From the Hood

Bullet Points Will Solve All My Structure Problems

by Lyndon Hood

Cartoon Alley

Reviews, commentary and comics from local artists

by Werewolf