Soldiers from most elite regiment called to give evidence at court martial of Danny Nightingale
Prosecutor says ex-sniper has changed story about how he came to be in possession of it and is now lying
The businessman denies orchestrating the shooting
The High Court appeared to back calls for the government to concede to a public inquiry into the death of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko today.
Judges also lifted 'arbitrary and irrational' sanctions imposed against Iranian Bank Mellat
Relatives of three men killed by roadside bombs while in Snatch Land Rovers can pursue damages under the Human Rights Act
Agreement guarantees that torture evidence would not be used against 52-year-old
But some progress had been made in addressing gender inequality, he says
The poorest and most vulnerable people in society are being hit by cuts to the legal system while the government bankrolls the wealthiest, a senior QC said today.
Move follows death of Frances Andrade who killed herself after testifying against former music teacher Michael Brewer
Attacks on guide dogs are rising, it was revealed today as MPs prepare to debate extra controls for dangerous animals.
Terri Judd reports on a mega-rich divorce case with far-reaching repercussians for UK courts
Former soldiers with severe injuries are losing their benefits and being told they are fit to work
Degrading back-to-work welfare assessments that are stripping former soldiers of their benefits have been denounced by leading veterans’ charities.
IHAT is found to be failing to meet UK obligations under the European Convention of Human Rights
High Court judge lifts ruling on 'Monster of Worcester' who impaled victims on railings