Police forces could face fresh legal action by victims of serious crime over bungled investigations following a landmark legal ruling.
The Metropolitan Police have lost their Supreme Court challenge over a ruling which led to two women who were sexually assaulted by London cabbie John Worboys winning compensation.
The UK’s highest court has heard complex legal argument in a landmark case said to have “huge ramifications” for the so-called gig economy.
An employment law case on whether a plumber was a worker or a contractor will be considered by the UK’s highest court today.
A 71-year-old inmate whose case led to a landmark US Supreme Court decision on juvenile-offender sentences was denied parole on Monday, more than half a century after he killed a sheriff’s deputy at the age of 17.
An employment law case on whether a plumber was a worker or a contractor will be considered by the UK’s highest court on Tuesday.
A fisherman can claim compensation over the “severe” impact on his business caused by the Environment Agency drastically cutting the number of salmon he can catch using an ancient fishing technique.
Chagos islanders forcibly removed from their home in the Indian Ocean decades ago have suffered defeat in the latest round of their long legal battle over their exile.
The UN human rights chief has said the declaration of a state of emergency in the Maldives and the resulting suspension of constitutional guarantees amounts to an “all-out assault on democracy”.
The president of the Maldives said he ordered a state of emergency to investigate a “coup” involving a supreme court ruling which ordered the release of imprisoned opposition leaders.
The president of the Maldives has said the country’s state of emergency was imposed to investigate “this plot, this coup” related to a supreme court ruling which ordered the release of imprisoned opposition leaders.
The Government has “effectively” withdrawn its support for plans to allow straight couples to have civil partnerships following Justine Greening’s departure from the Cabinet, the MP proposing the law change has said.
Supreme Court justices have been asked to consider whether the identity of a wealthy foreign businessman who has been embroiled in a separate lengthy divorce court fight over money with his ex-wife in London should remain a secret.
A Holyrood committee has warned it will not be able to recommend parliamentary approval for key named person legislation until ministers provide details of crucial guidance for professionals.
Campaigners against the Scottish Government's controversial named person scheme could bring a second legal challenge to the legislation.
A ruling in a long-running legal battle could cost millions of pounds in future developer contributions, it was claimed today.
A father has lost a landmark legal battle at the UK’s highest court over taking his daughter to Disney World during school term-time.
The Government has lost its historic battle in the Supreme Court over Brexit.
UNITED States Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is staging the latest round of a legal fight against an offshore wind farm project near his North-east golf resort.