Jurors who will try a man accused of killing Holby City actor John Michie’s daughter have been asked if they watch the programme.
Asda has lost the latest round of a long-running legal battle with its staff over equal pay.
Asda is waiting for the latest ruling in a long-running legal battle by its staff over equal pay.
A Hawker Hunter aircraft was “flying better than it had ever flown” in the months before it crashed at Shoreham Air Show and killed 11 people, a court has heard.
A miscarriage of justice victim has called for a change in the law after losing his Supreme Court fight for compensation.
Two men have been arrested after drugs with a street value of around £65,000 were seized.
Two men who served years behind bars before their convictions were overturned have lost their fight for compensation at the UK’s highest court.
Disgraced MP Fiona Onasanya has been urged to do the “decent thing” and resign after she was jailed for lying to police over a speeding offence.
Community sentences handed out to criminals have fallen by 10% in a year, official figures indicate.
A teenage paedophile has been detained for nearly eight years for sexually assaulting two young girls.
A hate-filled loner who idolised the Columbine High School shooters has been convicted of planning a killing spree in his home town in Cumbria.
Police have released video footage of a “despicable” attack on two officers which resulted in one of them being fly-kicked in the head.
Former Scottish first minister Alex Salmond has appeared in court charged with attempted rape and sexual assault.
There is a “real national risk of death, disease and coastal flooding” if the Irish Government does not tackle the country’s rising emissions, the High Court in Dublin has heard.
Tesco’s former finance chief has ripped into his ex-employer and the fraud squad after being cleared of wrongdoing over the supermarket’s £250 million fraud and false accounting scandal.
News of Tesco’s accounting scandal sent shockwaves through the City in 2014 and raised serious questions over how a FTSE 100 firm could get away with “cooking the books”.
Tesco’s former UK finance director has been cleared over a £250 million fraud and false accounting scandal after the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) dropped the case against him.
A Hungarian lorry driver given a six-month suspended jail term for trying to strangle his wife while she held their son in her arms at a hospital has won a family court fight over the youngster.
Three men who ran a dark web business which sold potentially deadly drugs around the world were told their actions had brought “misery” as they were jailed.
A senior BBC executive has been cleared of breaching the law which gives victims of sex offences lifelong anonymity after a reporter named a complainant in a live radio broadcast.
Lauren Wade should have been setting off for another day of school on Friday morning, but instead her parents Margaret Wade and Marie Sweeney were being jailed for neglect which led to her death.
The parents of a malnourished toddler who died have been jailed for more than six years after admitting neglect.
A toddler was crushed to death by a car seat after his mother “screamed” at him and “dragged” him around the shops, a court has heard.
Supermarket Asda is set to find out the latest ruling in a legal battle by its staff over equal pay.
Former MP Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh has been fined £3,000 after being found guilty of professional misconduct during her time as a partner at a law firm.
Former MP Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh has been found guilty of professional misconduct over her handling of a trust at a law firm where she was a partner.
Former MP Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh admitted making an error over finances at the law firm she ran with an ex-colleague as the pair faced claims of professional misconduct.
A man has appeared in court charged with sexual offences after videos were posted online.
A clubber who ploughed his car onto a packed dance floor in a drink and drug-fuelled rage after being thrown out by bouncers has been jailed for 28 years.
Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd’s lawyer has denied “protecting a fugitive” despite helping him to appeal against his conviction while on the run.