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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An anti drone protest in New York City last week

US drones target low-level militants who pose no threat

Top secret documents show that half of those killed in a year were 'unknown extremists'

Justice Secretary Chris Grayling wants criminals to pay the cost of their trials

Justice Secretary Chris Grayling wants criminals to pay towards cost of their trials

Criminals should be made to contribute towards the cost of their own prosecution, Justice Secretary Chris Grayling will say today.

Lindsay Sandiford, 56, was sentenced to death at Denpasar District Court in January

British woman Lindsay Sandiford loses appeal against Bali death sentence for drug smuggling

She claims she had to smuggle the drugs for a gang threatening one of her sons

British woman Lindsay Sandiford has been sentenced to death

Lindsay Sandiford: British grandmother facing death sentence in Bali has appeal refused

William Hague argued that the death penalty is 'unwarranted'

Sadiq Khan ran Ed Miliband's leadership bid

Housing association whistleblower accused of reporting company to former Labour minister Sadiq Khan begins unfair dismissal claim

A whistleblower, who claims she was wrongly accused of reporting her company to shadow justice minister Sadiq Khan, began her case for unfair dismissal today.

The study found that dogs such as mastiffs, pit bulls and akitas were being bred as a business asset

Hospital admissions for dog attacks jump five-fold in 20 years

Illegal owners pump animals full of steroids as dogs become key commodity among criminal gangs

Ally McBeal, left, and Kavanagh QC

You are not Rumpole of the Bailey: As more people represent themselves in court, the Bar Council has issued some pressing advice

People who are forced to represent themselves in court as legal aid budgets are cut should not attempt to imitate the fast-talking lawyers they see on television, according to a new "idiot's guide".

'No suspicious circumstances': inquest told Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky was found on bathroom floor with ligature around neck

Paramedics found the Russian oligarch Boris Berezovsky lying on the floor of his bathroom with a ligature around his neck matching material tied to a shower rail, the opening of his inquest heard today.

Abu Qatada stays in UK: Theresa May under pressure after another juducial rebuff

Boris Johnson decries 'utter madness that we can't get shot of this man'

Life force: Kristin Hallenga, whose charity, CoppaFeel!, aims to improve awareness and survival rates among young women

'I never ask my doctor how long I've got': 23-year-old Kristin Hallenga's health crusade to warn women about risks of breast cancer

At just 23, her GP told her a lump on her breast was nothing to worry about. Now Kristin Hallenga has advanced cancer – and devotes her time to alerting younger women to the risks

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