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.
The past identities of James Bulger killer Jon Venables will remain secret after a High Court judge rejected a bid by the murdered toddler’s father and uncle to have them revealed.
The father and uncle of murdered toddler James Bulger have lost a High Court bid to have information about killer Jon Venables made public.
The father and uncle of murdered toddler James Bulger are to find out if they have succeeded in their bid to have information about killer Jon Venables made public.
An Aberdeen babysitter broke down in tears yesterday as she was found guilty of shaking an infant in her care, leaving the child “floppy and blue”.
The lawyer representing a babysitter accused of shaking an infant in her care has defended her “panicked” reaction to the baby taking ill – saying the average person could not be expected to spring into action like an actor in a medical drama.
The father and uncle of James Bulger want information that they say is “common knowledge” about the toddler’s killer, Jon Venables, to be made public.
Black cab drivers have lost a High Court challenge against Uber’s London operating licence, after senior judges rejected their claims of bias.
A drug trafficker was ordered to hand over more than £10,000 in a crime profits seizure.
A legal challenge brought by the father and uncle of James Bulger over the lifelong anonymity granted to killer Jon Venables is set to be heard at the High Court.
The High Court is to rule on a legal challenge against Uber’s London operating licence by taxi drivers who claim the judge who granted it was “biased”.
An Aberdeen baby who suffered brain trauma after allegedly being “shaken repeatedly” by her sitter could be affected by mental difficulties for the rest of her life, a court has heard.
The teenage killer of six-year-old Alesha MacPhail has been unmasked after a judge lifted a ban on revealing his identity.
The 16-year-old boy who raped and murdered Alesha MacPhail can be identified as Aaron Campbell after a judge allowed his name to be reported.
A 16-year-old boy has been found guilty of abducting, raping and murdering Alesha MacPhail, six, on the Isle of Bute on July 2 last year, following a nine-day trial at the High Court in Glasgow.
A teenager accused of raping and murdering six-year-old Alesha MacPhail has told a court he would “never do something like that”.
Three people have been found guilty after a man was found murdered in a Glasgow flat.
Breaking down in tears, the mum told the High Court in the Aberdeen: “She was breathing very heavily and was floppy. She never opened her eyes.”
Black cab drivers are challenging Uber’s London operating licence at the High Court, claiming the judge who granted it was “biased”.
A babysitter has gone on trial at the High Court in Aberdeen accused of attacking an infant in her care and leaving it seriously and permanently injured.
Residents of flats overlooked by Tate Modern have said they are “extremely disappointed” after losing a High Court privacy battle with the art gallery.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling’s decision to award contracts to three ferry companies, including one with no ships, under no-deal Brexit plans, is being challenged at the High Court.
The families of two men who were killed during a terrorist attack at an Algerian gas plant have settled their legal action against BP.
A former youth football manager described by a sheriff as a “wolf in sheep’s clothing” has been jailed for four years for abusing boys.
A truck driver who caused the death of a veterinary student by travelling the wrong way along a dual carriageway has been jailed.