A campaigner who tried to prosecute Boris Johnson over his EU referendum bus claim has lost a bid to take his legal fight to the Supreme Court.
The sentencing of a man convicted of assaulting a toddler by putting her in a tumble dryer has been delayed for a background report.
A man convicted of assaulting a toddler by putting her in a tumble dryer will be sentenced on Thursday.
The 27-year prison sentence for the teenager who abducted, raped and murdered Alesha MacPhail was “excessive and a miscarriage of justice”, an appeal court has heard.
The teenager who abducted, raped and murdered Alesha MacPhail will appeal against his 27-year sentence later on Wednesday.
A couple who want to take their seriously ill daughter to Italy for treatment after UK doctors said it is in her best interests to be allowed to die have asked people to donate to their fundraising campaign as they bid to raise £400,000.
The estranged wife of the ruler of Dubai is applying for a forced marriage protection order, the High Court has heard.
A trade union has vowed to appeal against a ruling that Mayor of London Sadiq Khan’s decision to introduce the congestion charge for minicab drivers is not unlawfully discriminatory.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan’s decision to introduce the congestion charge for minicab drivers is not unlawfully discriminatory, the High Court has ruled.
The mother of a seriously ill little girl has said she wants her daughter to be given time to recover after doctors said it is in the child’s best interests to be allowed to die.
A ram raider has admitted driving at police after using a stolen car to smash through doors at an Aberdeen firm before stealing a safe.
Drinks tycoon Vijay Mallya has won the right to challenge his extradition to India at the High Court.
Two men jailed for the murder of two young women in a botched revenge attack have lost their latest bid to identify a key witness at their original trial.
A British entrepreneur at the centre of a multibillion-dollar High Court fraud claim has accused American technology giant Hewlett-Packard of “making a series of far-fetched allegations of fraud and scapegoating”.
A “genuine crisis” in funding for young people with special educational needs could “blight their lives forever”, the High Court has heard.
A pervert who repeatedly sexually abused two young girls is likely to spend the rest of his life behind bars after a judge jailed him for 11 years.
Boris Johnson will not face a criminal prosecution over claims he made during the referendum campaign about the UK sending £350 million a week to the EU after winning a High Court challenge.
Claims the UK sent £350 million a week to the EU were disputed during the referendum campaign and voters could choose to ignore them, the High Court has heard.
An attempt to prosecute Boris Johnson over claims he made during the referendum campaign that the UK sent £350 million a week to the EU is “politically motivated and vexatious”, the High Court has heard.
The Brexit Party’s chairman is demanding compensation and an apology read out in the High Court over alleged defamation by SNP MEP Alyn Smith.
Unexplained Wealth Orders (UWOs) were introduced under so-called McMafia laws – named after the BBC organised crime drama – which came into force at the beginning of 2018.
Detectives have welcomed the conviction of two men for raping a young woman who got into a car she thought was a taxi after a night out.
Luxury jewellery, designer fashion and perfume were on the shopping list of the woman slapped with the UK’s first unexplained wealth order as she spent £16 million in Harrods.
Jurors in the Steven Donaldson murder trial have retired to consider their verdicts.
A woman accused of attempting to defraud a pensioner wept in the dock after a sheriff cleared her of any wrongdoing.
A woman's relationship with a former boyfriend she is accused of murdering was “far from over”, a court heard.
Two men accused of murdering an Aberdeen oil worker have told jurors they were not involved in his death.
A murder accused has told jurors how his alleged victim was to be “roughed up” so he would “back off’ from demanding an ex-girlfriend give him cash.
A mobile phone belonging to a woman accused of murdering her former boyfriend could have been operating at a location where she allegedly attacked him, a court heard.
Katie Price is set for a High Court battle with ex-husband Alex Reid over claims she shared “sexual” images of him with a television show audience.