A man who strangled a young mother and evaded justice for more than two decades ago has been jailed for at least 20 years.
Tommy Robinson is being sued for £100,000 over comments about a Syrian refugee who was filmed being attacked in a school playground, the boy’s lawyer has said.
The Duke of Sussex has accepted substantial damages and an apology from a news agency which took pictures of his Cotswolds home from a helicopter.
A High Court judge is to hear details of the Duke of Sussex’s settlement with a news agency which took pictures of his Cotswolds home from a helicopter.
Jurors in the Steven Donaldson murder trial have retired to consider their verdicts.
The Government’s current arrangements for helping blind voters do not allow people to vote independently and are unlawful, the High Court has ruled.
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.
Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley and bosses at Rangers Football Club are waiting for a judge’s ruling on the latest round of a long-running High Court fight over merchandise sales.
The brother of a 14-year-old girl who was knifed to death in the 1960s has said he is “elated” after the High Court ruled there must be a fresh inquest into her killing.
The family of a 14-year-old girl who was knifed to death in the 1960s has won a High Court bid to have a fresh inquest into her death.
Bosses at Rangers Football Club are embroiled in the latest round of a long-running High Court battle with Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley centred on merchandise sales.
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.
A jury has heard a man accused of murder could have been within “one to two metres” of an Aberdeen oil worker for spots of his blood to transfer to a T-shirt he was wearing.
A forensic scientist has told a murder trial how the DNA belonging to the alleged victim was found on a T-shirt belonging to the man accused of killing him.
A forensic scientist has told a murder trial how a corpse had been “dragged” across a car park and placed beside a car which was set on fire.
A woman told her mum she thought she still loved the man she’s now accused of murdering, a court heard.
Two Coronation Street stars and a sports agent who has represented high-profile footballers such as David Beckham and Michael Owen have settled phone-hacking damages actions, the High Court has heard.
The BBC has agreed to pay “substantial” damages to the president of Ukraine over false allegations that he procured or authorised a corrupt payment to arrange talks with Donald Trump.
A former Downing Street aide has been jailed for seven years for raping a young woman during the Edinburgh Festival.
A trade union has said it is still “fighting to win the war” against outsourcing after it lost a High Court battle over the employment rights of outsourced workers at the University of London.
A Bolton fans’ group has warned the club’s existence still hangs in the balance after they fended off a winding-up order in the High Court.
Macclesfield have avoided a winding-up order at the High Court in London.
Bolton have been given two weeks to settle their debts and avoid a winding-up order, a High Court hearing in London has ruled.
Bolton are due in the High Court to face a winding-up petition on Wednesday, a day after confirming takeover talks with an interested party had ended.
Troubled Bolton have suffered further frustration after talks with an interested party over the sale of the club ended unsuccessfully, a day before the Championship strugglers are due in the High Court to face a winding-up petition.
Former subpostmasters have hailed a High Court victory in their ongoing legal battle against the Post Office over its computer system.