Julian Assange has been accused of trying to create a “centre for spying” in the Ecuadorian embassy that sheltered him by the nation’s president.
Julian Assange’s lawyer has accused Ecuador of making “outrageous allegations” to justify allowing police to arrest the WikiLeaks founder in its embassy.
Amid a growing row over whether Julian Assange should be extradited to the US, the Press Association looks at the legal battle ahead.
Jeremy Corbyn has called for the Government to oppose Julian Assange’s extradition to the US over allegations that he conspired to hack into a classified Pentagon computer.
A long-established firm of solicitors with a 90-strong team has gone into administration.
A football player has been found guilty of using his car as a weapon to mow down 11 young rival supporters after they taunted him by calling him “fatty”.
Five men have been jailed for a total of 120 years after trying to import cocaine with a street value of over £100 million into the UK hidden in a yacht.
Labour MSP Kezia Dugdale has told a court she considers a tweet by a pro-independence blogger to be “homophobic”.
Three people have been jailed for life for the “merciless” murder of a man at a flat.
A blind 98-year-old Second World War veteran who became embroiled in a High Court battle because he wanted to leave a care facility has told a judge how he is “living again” after returning home.
A court hearing over an allegation that Tommy Robinson committed contempt of court by filming people in a criminal trial and broadcasting footage on social media has been postponed.
A former teacher who drowned her three-year-old daughter in a bath when her marriage broke down is to be sentenced.
Seventeen former British soldiers will hear later today if they are to be prosecuted for opening fire on Bloody Sunday in Northern Ireland.
The families of those killed on Bloody Sunday are hopeful they will not have to pass their fight for justice onto the next generation, a campaigner has said.
JP Morgan has failed in its latest attempt to halt an 875 million US dollar (£670 million) lawsuit brought by the Nigerian government, as the investment banking titan was also ordered to pay £375,000 in legal costs.
Former English Defence League (EDL) leader Tommy Robinson is facing a fresh hearing over an allegation that he committed contempt of court by filming people in a criminal trial and broadcasting footage on social media.
Adjournments in Scotland’s courts due to a lack of court time have fallen over the last four years, new figures show.
A Muslim convert nicknamed “The Eagle” has been jailed for at least 15 years for planning a “spectacular” terror attack on Oxford Street in London.
The mother of a three-year-old boy allegedly crushed by a car seat is facing years behind bars for child cruelty.
One in three breastfeeding mothers have been forced to use a toilet when they express milk after they return to work, according to a survey.
A teenager has been sentenced to four years behind bars after stabbing two people in an attempted murder and an assault.
A blind 97-year-old Second World War veteran is battling to persuade a High Court judge to let him leave a care facility and end his life at home.
Jurors who will try a man accused of killing Holby City actor John Michie’s daughter have been asked if they watch the programme.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she understands concerns surrounding a “wholly exceptional” court decision in which a student found guilty of sexual assault was granted an absolute discharge.
A retail company has been fined £450,000 after a girl was badly injured when a queue barrier toppled on to her.
All judges and sheriffs in Scotland will be given specific training on domestic abuse, it has been announced.
A legal challenge surrounding a football club’s plans to build a new stadium has begun at Scotland’s top civil court.
Wills are difficult documents for all concerned and, when their contents are revealed, they can contain a few surprises.
A former US Marine being held in Russia on suspicion of spying has been denied bail, according to his brother.
Two magistrates have been reprimanded by judicial heads over their use of social media.