A “major showdown” at the UK’s Supreme Court has been predicted after Scotland’s highest civil court ruled Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament is unlawful.
A judge at the highest civil court in Scotland has found Boris Johnson’s planned prorogation of Parliament is lawful.
A judge will announce his decision on whether Boris Johnson’s planned prorogation of Parliament is lawful, following claims the PM wants to limit MPs’ scrutiny and their attempts to stop a no-deal Brexit.
The UK Government appears to have been considering suspending Parliament as early as mid-August, documents submitted to a Scottish court suggest.
Legal action aimed at stopping Boris Johnson’s ability to suspend Parliament is to be heard at Scotland’s highest civil court on Tuesday.
Boris Johnson could face cross-examination at Scotland’s highest civil court to explain his reasons for suspending Parliament, according to a legal expert.
Romance fraudsters who pretended to be lovers with victims to persuade them to give them more than £240,000 have been jailed.
A drug dealer has been jailed after he was caught in the act by his own car’s dashboard camera.
The identity of a teenager who brutally raped and murdered a 14-year-old schoolgirl can be revealed for the first time after a court ruling.
Spanish football star Cesc Fabregas has been banned from driving after he was caught hitting 68mph in a 40mph zone.
Former TV presenter John Leslie has appeared in court charged with sexual assault.
A former NSPCC volunteer who lied about being abused by a murderous VIP Westminster paedophile ring is facing a lengthy jail sentence after he was convicted of perverting the course of justice and fraud.
A judge has signalled the end of the marriage of Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood and his wife Alexandra.
The founder of pro-Brexit campaign group BeLeave has won his appeal against a £20,000 fine imposed by the Electoral Commission.
Self-styled yellow vest protester James Goddard is due to go on trial accused of calling Remain-supporting MP Anna Soubry a “Nazi”.
A sex predator who was convicted of killing a popular barmaid will be sentenced on Thursday for killing a second woman.
A “wicked” predator who attacked a popular barmaid in a park has pleaded guilty to a second sexually-motivated murder.
A dealer has been found guilty of killing a former Bond actor with the same chemsex drug he sold to serial killer Stephen Port.
The founder of pro-Brexit campaign group BeLeave has begun his appeal against a £20,000 fine imposed by the Electoral Commission, citing “errors of fact, the law and unreasonableness” by the regulator as reasons for overturning the original decision.
Tommy Robinson has been jailed for contempt of court after he filmed defendants accused of the sexual exploitation of young girls and live-streamed the footage, in breach of a reporting ban.
A father-of-seven whose dangerous driving caused the death of his cousin’s daughter has been jailed for five years.
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 man has appeared in court charged with murdering a Big Issue vendor in Glasgow.
Jurors in the trial of a couple accused of murdering a missing woman more than 19 years ago have been sent home for the night.
Two magistrates have been reprimanded by judicial heads over their use of social media.
Lawyers for Alex Salmond have served legal papers on the Scottish Government as the former first minister challenges the way sexual misconduct allegations against him have been handled.
A new poll shows people in the North-east are overwhelmingly in favour of legalising cannabis.