David Walliams and Martin Clunes are among a number of high profile celebrities to have formally settled damages claims over phone hacking against a newspaper publisher at the High Court.
Kids Company founder Camila Batmanghelidjh has demanded Michael Gove apologise to children who lost support from the collapsed charity after she won a High Court disqualification battle.
The presenter of a documentary investigating allegations of anti-Semitism in the Labour Party has won the first round of a High Court libel battle over claims that the programme was “a piece of rogue journalism”.
MSPs will meet on Wednesday to discuss whether a legal ruling clears the way for Alex Salmond to testify before their inquiry.
Lawyers representing six asylum seekers previously housed at a former army barracks have called on the Home Office to “immediately” close it down, after a legal challenge to “unlawful” conditions at the site was given the go-ahead.
Asylum seekers housed at a former army barracks are left “powerless to protect themselves” because the Home Office has “failed to prevent the spread of Covid-19”, the High Court has heard.
A judge says she clarified a key court order in the Alex Salmond case in order to remove "any slight risk of misinterpretation".
A High Court judge is considering whether a Government decision to award a market research contract to a company whose bosses were friends of Dominic Cummings was unlawful.
A former aide to Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told a judge that he did not ask for a company to be given a focus group and communications support services contract because bosses were his “friends”.
Dominic Cummings has defended the awarding of a government focus group and communications support services contract after campaigners took legal action, complaining of “apparent bias”.
Campaigners have begun a High Court fight with the Cabinet Office after complaining that a focus group and communications support services contract was awarded to a company with links to then government aide Dominic Cummings.
Here is a timeline of the Duchess of Sussex’s legal action against the Mail on Sunday over its publication of a “private and confidential” letter to her estranged father Thomas Markle.
A mass legal action has been launched on behalf of at least one million UK Facebook users over claims that the social media giant failed to protect their personal data.
Hospital bosses have apologised to the parents of a boy who died after suffering brain damage during his birth, and said improvements have since been made to maternity services.
A convicted terrorist previously jailed alongside Usman Khan as part of an al Qaida-inspired terror group is suing the Ministry of Justice for “unlawfully” imposing new conditions on his licence after the London Bridge attack.
The Duke of Sussex has accepted an apology and “substantial damages” from the publisher of The Mail On Sunday and MailOnline over “baseless, false and defamatory” allegations he snubbed the Royal Marines after stepping down as a senior royal.
The Duke of Sussex is expected to formally settle a High Court libel claim against the publisher of The Mail On Sunday and MailOnline over allegations he snubbed the Royal Marines after stepping down as a senior royal.
Jeremy Corbyn’s bid to force Labour to disclose documents relating to his suspension from the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP) ahead of potential legal action has been rejected by the High Court.
Jeremy Corbyn has lost a bid for disclosure of documents from the Labour Party ahead of an anticipated High Court claim over his suspension.
A man accused of murdering a woman was seen entering a block of flats where she lived three times on the night of the date when she is said to have died, a court heard yesterday.
A single mother has called on the Government to urgently change a policy which forces parents to pay upfront for childcare costs after a High Court judge ruled that it unlawfully discriminates against women.
Jury trials are set to start again in Aberdeen next month for the first time in almost a year - with the help of a city centre cinema.
Jeremy Corbyn’s suspension from the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP) “went behind an agreement to reinstate” him to Labour “at all levels”, the High Court has heard.
The first stage of Jeremy Corbyn’s legal battle with Labour over his suspension from the parliamentary party will be heard by the High Court.
A single mother who says she needs £100,000 “super quickly” to fund an appeal after a High Court judge ruled that her brain-damaged daughter should be allowed to die has raised more than £4,000 in a day.
Northern Ireland’s chief scientific adviser is mounting a High Court bid to block a disciplinary investigation into allegations he failed to tell the family of a nine-year-old girl who died about “failings” in her treatment.
A single mother who says she needs £100 000 “super quickly” to fund an appeal after a High Court judge ruled that her brain-damaged daughter should be allowed to die has raised more than £4,000 in a day.
A judicial head has warned family court judges overseeing cases online during the coronavirus crisis to guard against extending their working days too far.
A single mother has told of her devastation after a High Court judge ruled that her brain-damaged daughter should be allowed to die.
The mother of a five-year-old girl who has suffered brain damage and is in a vegetative state plans to appeal after losing a life-support treatment fight in the High Court.