Sir Elton John and his husband David Furnish are on the verge of settling a High Court claim over phone-hacking, a judge has been told.
A high court judge and prison service bosses have praised a brave guard who was hurt when she confronted a thug during a violent attack at the north-east’s super jail.
A man accused of murdering a north-east mechanic in his rural cottage told police he had “no idea who was responsible”.
Masked John Quantrell smashed a car window with the weapon before repeatedly striking Christopher Willett, who was in a passenger seat, with the hatchet.
Campaigners have lost the latest High Court challenge over fracking at Cuadrilla’s controversial Preston New Road site.
Amber Rudd has been urged to take “immediate steps” over the way the controversial Universal Credit is calculated following a High Court victory for four working single mothers.
Four working single mothers have won a High Court challenge over the Government’s controversial Universal Credit welfare scheme which they say has left them struggling financially because of the way their payments are calculated.
A businessman who launched legal action against Google in a fight for the “right to be forgotten” over a past crime has ended his court battle.
Uber is set to find out whether its appeal against a landmark “gig economy” ruling that its drivers are “workers” has been successful.
The identity of a mystery tweeter responsible for fake Wetherspoon Twitter accounts will be revealed to the pub chain following a judge’s ruling.
Deliveroo riders do not have the right to collective bargaining, the High Court has ruled in the latest case involving the so-called “gig economy”.
Former world tennis number one Boris Becker has dropped his claim to have diplomatic immunity from bankruptcy.
A woman who developed a fear of owls after months of religious grooming by her doctor has won a High Court damages action.
Four victims of “serious media intrusion” have lost a High Court battle against the Government over its decision to cancel the second part of the Leveson Inquiry.
Campaigners have criticised the Government for failing to consider measures which they claim could reduce the environmental impact of fracking at Cuadrilla’s controversial Preston New Road site.
A man has been jailed for at least 19 years for murdering his ex-partner after she broke up with him.
The latest legal challenge against fracking at Cuadrilla’s controversial Preston New Road site is set to be heard at the High Court.
Victims of “serious media intrusion” will find out if they have succeeded in their High Court action over the second part of the Leveson Inquiry.
A deadline is approaching for victims of the contaminated blood scandal to join hundreds of other claimants in a High Court damages action.
A boardroom battle featuring bosses at a multimillion pound infrastructure business which started up in an isolated Lake District village half a century ago has been played out at the High Court in London.
Deliveroo riders have been denied their human rights to collective bargaining, the High Court has heard in the latest legal case involving the so-called “gig economy”.
A trade union is going to the High Court over the employment status of Deliveroo riders in the latest legal case involving the so-called “gig economy”.
The widow of a former Welsh Government minister who was found dead while facing sexual misconduct allegations has won a High Court bid to challenge the legality of an inquiry into his sacking.
The widow of a former Welsh Government minister who was found dead while facing sexual misconduct allegations is to urge the High Court to allow her to challenge the legality of an inquiry into his sacking.
A woman left paralysed after being “catapulted” from her new bed during sex has lost her seven-figure claim for damages against the bed supplier.
Relatives of a man who committed suicide in Woodhill prison will receive damages from the Government over his death.
The Government’s decision not to go ahead with the second part of the Leveson Inquiry into press standards and regulation is being challenged at the High Court.
A landmark ruling that Uber drivers are “workers” and therefore entitled to employment rights should be upheld, the Court of Appeal has heard.
A convicted IRA member suspected of involvement in the Hyde Park bombing has said he does not intend to take part in a High Court claim brought against him by the victims’ families.
A landmark ruling that Uber drivers are “workers” ignored the fact that the relationship between the company and its drivers is “typical of the private hire industry”, the Court of Appeal has heard.