An explosion which injured 81 people and caused “utter devastation” was an insurance job which went “badly wrong”, a court has heard.
Former glamour model Katie Price told a court she was unable to immediately pay a £1,100 fine as she was banned from driving for a second time.
A mentally ill man has admitted strangling his mother.
Alex Salmond has been accused of mounting a “personal vendetta” against Scotland’s most senior civil servant, after he called for Leslie Evans to quit her post as a result of the “unlawful”way the Scottish Government dealt with sexual misconduct complaints against the former first minister.
A former youth football coach and scout was found dead in a single-vehicle car crash on the day he was due to go on trial accused of the historical sexual abuse of boys aged under 16.
A husband has been jailed for more than two years after he shot his wife in the head with an air rifle following a heated row at home.
A woman missing with her three-year-old son has been urged to see sense by the child’s father.
A woman has appeared in court accused of murdering her twins.
A teenager has been charged after allegedly trying to take a knife into the public gallery of the Old Bailey to watch a murder trial.
Security at a family court in Ireland is under review after a man allegedly produced an imitation gun and suspect device during a hearing.
Judges at Scotland’s highest civil court have rubber-stamped a European Court of Justice (ECJ) decision allowing the UK to unilaterally revoke its withdrawal from the EU.
Ride-hailing firm Uber has said it will take its legal battle over the status of its drivers to the UK’s highest court after losing at the Court of Appeal.
A woman has appeared in court charged with wasting police time after an alleged stabbing in a hospital car park.
Ride-hailing firm Uber has lost its appeal against a ruling that its drivers should be classed as workers, entitled to rights such as holiday pay.
A Tottenham Hotspur fan has been fined after throwing a banana skin at a black Arsenal footballer in a “targeted gesture” with a “racial element”.
A neo-Nazi couple who named their baby in honour of Hitler are due to be sentenced.
A driver who was on his mobile phone minutes before a crash has admitted causing the death of the mother of Olympic cyclist Chris Boardman.
Road traffic charges against Irish UFC fighter Conor McGregor have been struck out in a court in Dublin.
The former boss of a prominent animal charity in Northern Ireland has avoided a prison sentence after being found guilty of fraud earlier this year.
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell is due to be re-sentenced for failing to provide vital documents to the pensions watchdog.
A serial fraudster who built his own bespoke device to help him defraud hundreds of people of an estimated £500,000 has been jailed for nearly two years, police said.
A mother who treated her baby as a “fashion accessory” has been jailed with her ex-partner for 10 years each for being responsible for the “brutal” death of her three-week-old son.
An “evil” allotment holder who strangled an elderly widow with a lawnmower flex has been jailed for at least 19 years.
BBC regional news presenter Alex Lovell revealed that an app called Hollie Guard provided her with great comfort during two years of rape threats from 68-year-old Gordon Hawthorn.
A legal challenge to Brexit, brought by a cross party group of MSPs, is taking place at the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in Luxembourg on Tuesday.
A gangland feud led to the double murder of an underworld “Mr Big” and a mob “fixer” a court heard today.
A serial criminal escaped an open prison after fooling guards by putting a dummy made up of clothing and a protein powder container in his bed.
A charity has scored a partial victory in the Court of Appeal against the Home Office over its handling of unaccompanied child refugees.
Former TV star John Alford has denied attacking two police officers after an incident in which he damaged a bin lorry.
Regimes governing the use of some surveillance techniques deployed by Britain’s spy agencies breached human rights obligations, European judges have found.