Editors have warned of “worrying consequences” for press freedom after Sir Cliff Richard won a High Court privacy battle with the BBC over coverage of a police search of his home.
A Peterhead man appeared in the dock at the High Court in Glasgow yesterday accused of the rape of two women, together with charges of abduction and assault.
An estranged couple who took part in an Islamic wedding ceremony in a London restaurant are waiting for a High Court judge to decide whether they were validly married under English law.
A woman is to receive damages from the man who harassed her for 12 years after they met through an online dating website.
Two brutal murderers who kicked a man to death in his own home were yesterday jailed for a minimum of 36 years.
Doctors have said they are “hugely disappointed” following a High Court ruling on Jeremy Hunt’s plans which campaigners say will give private firms a greater role in the NHS.
Campaigners have lost a High Court challenge against Jeremy Hunt over plans they say will allow private companies to play a greater role in the NHS.
Campaigners are awaiting a High Court ruling in their challenge against Jeremy Hunt over plans they say will allow private companies to play a greater role in the NHS.
The Government faces renewed calls for buffer zones around abortion clinics after a High Court judge upheld a ban on protests outside a London facility.
Campaigners have lost a High Court bid to challenge a council’s ban on demonstrations outside an abortion clinic in London.
Campaigners are to learn the result of their bid to win a ruling that a council’s ban on demonstrations outside an abortion clinic is “unlawful, invalid and unjustified”.
The accountancy watchdog has questioned whether BHS was a solvent company when it was sold by Sir Philip Green to serial bankrupt Dominic Chappell.
A High Court judge has refused to grant Sir Philip Green’s firm an injunction restricting the publication of a report by the accountancy watchdog on a BHS audit.
A High Court judge is to rule on Sir Philip Green’s bid to restrict the publication of a report by the accountancy watchdog on a BHS audit.
A planned auction of Boris Becker’s trophies and memorabilia has been put on hold ahead of a High Court action over his bankruptcy.
The Court of Appeal is to rule on a challenge by a terminally ill man against a “blanket ban” on assisted dying.
A campaigner has lost a High Court action against the Government’s current policy on gender-neutral passports.
Man accused of murdering mum’s boyfriend told her he tried to stop co-accused from striking him with dog lead
A man accused of murdering his mum’s boyfriend told her he tried to stop his co-accused striking him with a dog lead, a court has heard.
A High Court judge is to rule on a claim that the Government’s current policy on gender-neutral passports is “unlawful”.
Former world tennis number one Boris Becker’s claim to have diplomatic immunity from bankruptcy has been raised in High Court proceedings.
A union has been given the go-ahead for a High Court challenge over the employment status of Deliveroo riders in the latest “gig economy” case.
A union will find out if it has won the first stage of a High Court challenge over the employment status of riders working for food delivery firm Deliveroo.
Lawyers for two severely disabled men who won a High Court declaration that they had been unlawfully discriminated against have called on the Government to halt the roll-out of the controversial Universal Credit benefits scheme.
Two severely disabled men have lost a High Court challenge against the legality of Government regulations setting up the controversial Universal Credit benefits scheme.
A High Court judge has been told Deliveroo riders had no say in setting the terms of their contracts in the latest case concerning the gig economy.
Two Liverpool men who stood trial over an allegation they plotted the murder of an Aberdeen man have been acquitted of the charge - but face jail over an armed robbery in the city.
A trade union is bringing a High Court challenge over the employment status of drivers working for delivery firm Deliveroo.
Trio’s inept murder bid should not mask the fact it was a serious effort to kill Henry Stephen, jurors are told
Jurors have been told that the apparent ineptitude of a murder bid should not mask the fact it was a serious plot to kill a man.
A Moray man has been cleared of killing a teenager on his last day of work experience by starting a machine while he was inside.
Campaigners have asked the High Court to label a council’s ban on demonstrations outside an abortion clinic as “unlawful, invalid and unjustified”.
Campaigners are due to begin a High Court challenge against a council’s ban on demonstrations outside an abortion clinic.
A university lecturer who was the victim of a violent attack has urged High Court judges to overturn a decision to close more than half of London’s police stations.