A high court row over the rights to use a famous 1960s Savile Row tailoring brand has been lost by Conservative Party vice-chairman Alan Lewis.

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Age-ratings plan for websites

Internet websites could be given cinema-style age-ratings under plans by the Government to limit access to "unacceptable" material, Culture Secretary Andy Burnham has warned.

Barristers' details stolen in raid

Thieves stole computer hardware holding barristers' contact and bank account details from the offices of the Bar Council, a spokesman said today.

Chakrabarti backs Gaunt in unlikely alliance

The notorious shock jock Jon Gaunt has found an unlikely ally in Shami Chakrabarti, the director of human rights group Liberty, following his sacking from national commercial station TalkSport last week.

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New child support body will continue old failures, lawyers warn

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The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault, By Angela Carter

Angela Carter's groundbreaking collection of feminist fairy tales, The Bloody Chamber and other Stories (1979), followed three years on from her translation of Charles Perrault, a lawyer at the court of Louis XIV.

Judge: Inquiry into shooting of barrister was lawful

A High Court judge has dismissed a claim by the family of the barrister Mark Saunders that the investigation into his killing by police was unlawful.

Barrister dispute 'could hit major trials'

A wrangle over legal aid rates which had threatened to delay the start of the trial of a 17-year-old accused of murdering Rhys Jones could affect scores of other big criminal court cases, it was reported today.

The A to Z of the season: From Burberry's baubles to 1970s-style satchels

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Who won gold in the fashion Olympics?

Say what you will about the opening ceremony, but the parade of nations that followed made the Chinese, in their elaborate historical costume, look like an army of supermodels.

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