The Prince of Wales has said he hopes a new fund for women and girls in South Asia will make a real difference to their lives.
The Prince of Wales said he has “great admiration” for the work of the Supreme Court as he met judges to mark the 10th anniversary of its founding.
A former financier who laundered some of the proceeds of the Northern Bank robbery has sought to compel the Irish state to explain what happened to around £3 million seized from his home.
Campaigners have welcomed a “landmark” ruling by the UK’s highest court which they say will benefit “many thousands” of people whose old and minor criminal offences have to be disclosed when applying for certain jobs.
The UK’s most senior judge has highlighted a storyline in The Archers when reviewing the development of the law relating to women’s rights during a lecture.
A novel said to be one of the “most banned books in history” is going under the hammer.
The Supreme Court has decided that legal uncertainties around the powers of Northern Ireland civil servants amid the Stormont impasse should be dealt with in a case before Belfast High Court.
Ride-hailing firm Uber has said it will take its legal battle over the status of its drivers to the UK’s highest court after losing at the Court of Appeal.
The Scottish Government will hold talks with opposition parties on how to proceed after the UK’s highest court ruled part of its alternative Brexit legislation was outside Holyrood’s powers.
Part of the Scottish Government’s alternative Brexit legislation has been ruled to be outside of Holyrood’s powers.
The Supreme Court has ruled that parts of a Brexit Bill passed by the Scottish Government would be outside its legislative powers.
The UK’s highest court will rule on a challenge brought over Brexit legislation passed by the Scottish Parliament.
Terminally-ill Noel Conway has called on politicians to change the law on assisted dying after his legal fight to die “peacefully and with dignity” was rejected by the UK’s highest court.
A terminally-ill motor neurone disease sufferer has been refused permission for a challenge over the law on assisted dying at the UK’s highest court.
Dame Olivia de Havilland has taken her battle with a TV network over its portrayal of her in a drama to the highest court in the US.
Amy Schumer joked on Instagram a day after she was reportedly arrested while protesting Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the US Supreme Court.
A convicted rapist who spent 15 years attempting to clear his name has died.
A landmark Supreme Court ruling that fees charged to people bringing employment tribunal claims are unlawful is a blow to the UK Government and a triumph for democracy, a leading lawyer said yesterday.
The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs following a long-running dispute over a tax avoidance scheme run by Rangers Football Club.
A rapist who has spent the past 13 years trying to get his conviction overturned has had his bid unanimously rejected by the Supreme Court.
Alex Salmond discusses this week’s Supreme Court decision over Article 50 vote.
Two local authorities are poised to launch a landmark legal battle which could pave the way for them to claim hundreds of millions of pounds from developers.
The Supreme Court has ruled Theresa May must get approval from the UK Parliament to start the formal process of leaving the European Union.
Some people will feel vindicated by yesterday's Supreme Court judgment, but few will be very surprised.
For the Scottish Government, it was never about a veto.
The Supreme Court gave its historic ruling today on who has the power to invoke the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
Holyrood's approval would be required if the UK Parliament tried to change its powers in the way Brexit will, the Supreme Court has heard.
Brexit negotiations can begin without Holyrood's consent, the Supreme Court has heard.
The Scottish Government has been given the go-ahead to intervene in a court battle over how Brexit should be formally triggered.
Holyrood will not be recalled from its summer recess after the Supreme Court ruled the government's named person scheme unlawful.
A north-east woman fears her brother's killer could walk free after Supreme Court judges ruled the law used to convict him has been "misinterpreted" - for 30 years.
A north-east armed robber who insists he was wrongly convicted has lost his bid to clear his name.