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.
A damages claim by families of the Hyde Park bombing victims against a suspect has reached the High Court.
A divorced couple have been criticised by a High Court judge for spending “almost half” of their combined wealth on legal fees.
Bosses at Rangers Football Club have been urged to “move on” after losing the latest round of a High Court fight over a merchandise deal with Sports Direct and Newcastle United boss Mike Ashley.
A man has been jailed for seven years after being found guilty of stabbing another man in the back four times in an Aberdeen car park.
A man accused of attempted murder told a trial he saw the alleged victim’s best friend coming at him with a knife.
A man accused of attempted murder told police he was “just defending himself”, a trial has heard.
The family of a cyclist who drowned in Bristol harbour have lost a High Court bid for nearly £2 million in damages against the local authority.
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) has won a High Court order forcing prison officers to operate a “full regime” at crisis-hit HMP Lindholme.
The former lover of a woman left paralysed after she was “catapulted” from her bed during sex has told the High Court he laughed at her fall – before realising she was seriously hurt.
Fracking is due to begin in Lancashire on Monday.
High winds have delayed the start of fracking at a site in Lancashire.
Energy firm Cuadrilla is to begin fracking at its Preston New Road site in Lancashire on Saturday after an environmental campaigner failed in a High Court bid to block operations.
Campaigner Bob Dennett has failed in a High Court bid to temporarily block energy firm Cuadrilla from fracking at its site at Preston New Road, Lancashire.
An environmental campaigner is to find out whether he has succeeded in a bid to temporarily stop energy firm Cuadrilla from fracking the UK’s first horizontal shale gas well.
The High Court will rule on Friday on whether to grant an order temporarily blocking energy firm Cuadrilla from fracking the UK’s first horizontal shale gas well, pending a legal challenge.
An environmental campaigner is to go to the High Court in a bid to stop energy firm Cuadrilla from fracking the UK’s first horizontal shale gas well pending a legal challenge.
Two alleged Islamic State terrorists suspected of involvement in a series of beheadings must not be released “back on to the battlefield”, senior judges have heard.
Senior judges have expressed their sympathy for the family of an incurably-ill man who ended his life in a Swiss clinic while challenging the UK’s ban on assisted dying.
Five Filipinos who say they were sexually abused by a Briton convicted of child sex offences in England have begun a historic damages claim.
The Home Secretary feared “outrage” from the Trump administration if he sought assurances over avoiding the death penalty for two suspected Islamic State terrorists.
The High Court has blocked a mass legal action against Google over claims that it collected sensitive personal data from more than four million iPhone users.