Terri Judd

Terri Judd is a reporter with The Independent, who writes regularly on defence issues, having repeatedly embedded with British troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Calls for action over attacks on guide dogs

Attacks on guide dogs are rising, it was revealed today as MPs prepare to debate extra controls for dangerous animals.

Yasmin Prest, who will get a final answer from the courts this week

A fair split, or a 'charter for cheats'? Supreme Court to rule in landmark divorce case

Terri Judd reports on a mega-rich divorce case with far-reaching repercussians for UK courts

A memorial outside Anfield for the 96 fans who died in the Hillsborough Stadium disaster

New Hillsborough police investigation accused of pointing finger of guilt at families again

Revelation in stark contrast to jubilation of families in December when the original verdicts of accidental death were quashed and a fresh inquest was ordered

Crime victims now allowed to appeal if suspects are not prosecuted

Director of Public Prosecutions claims victims have historically been treated as 'bystanders'

Sgt Jean Reno, who was injured in 2005

Betrayal of our wounded veterans: ‘I served my country. Then they turned their backs’

Former soldiers with severe injuries are losing their benefits and being told they are fit to work

A mass of files at the venue of the Al-Sweady Inquiry

High Court calls for new system to investigate claims of abuse by British soldiers on Iraqis

IHAT is found to be failing to meet UK obligations under the European Convention of Human Rights

Reaction: Frustration of Muslims forced to condemn atrocity

British Muslims emphatically condemned the actions of the Woolwich killers, as thousands used social media to express their outrage and sorrow.

David McGreavy, photographed in his 20s

Anonymity order lifted for triple child killer David McGreavy jailed in 1973

High Court judge lifts ruling on 'Monster of Worcester' who impaled victims on railings

Survey finds two in three people oppose legal aid cuts

More than two-thirds of British people believe that the innocent will be convicted of crimes they did not commit if there are cuts to criminal legal aid, according to a poll.

Abu Qatada made his request from Belmarsh prison

Abu Qatada denied bail over seized 'jihadist files'

'It was the appellant's obligation to understand the conditions of bail and ensure they were adhered to'

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Let there be light

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The children orphaned by Ebola...

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