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Two women from London appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court yesterday, the first to be charged with terrorism offences in relation to Syrian conflict

Man in court over abortion 'hack'

A man will appear in court today accused of hacking into the website of Britain's biggest abortion provider.

Labour MP Eric Joyce who has has been charged with assault following a late night fracas at a House of Commons bar in which a Tory rival was allegedly head-butted

MP Eric Joyce: I'm lucky to avoid jail

Shamed politician Eric Joyce admitted he was lucky to avoid jail today for brawling in a Commons bar then telling police: "You can't touch me, I'm an MP."

Submariner faces secrets charge

A Royal Navy submariner appeared in court yesterday charged with breaching the Official Secrets Act.

The judge ordered the pair to sit alongside each other in the dock

Divided they sat: Huhne and ex-wife reunited in court over speeding case

The two central players in the case of Chris Huhne's allegedly dodged speeding ticket appeared in court for the first time yesterday over a matter dating back nine years that cost the millionaire Liberal Democrat his seat in the Cabinet.

Chris Huhne and ex-wife in the dock

Former energy secretary Chris Huhne made his first appearance in court today over a charge of perverting the course of justice after he allegedly dodged a speeding penalty.

David Bernstein (left) disapproved of Fabio Capello's comments but did not see it as a defining issue

Robin Scott-Elliot: Decision to move trial date is at root of the problem – not Bernstein's judgement

Bernstein had asked FA board members for their opinions and knew he had its support

Joey Barton to face no action over John Terry Twitter comments

Footballer Joey Barton will not be prosecuted for posting a series of comments online about John Terry ahead of his trial for allegedly racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.

Vicky Pryce, the economist and ex-wife of Chris Huhne, has also been charged with attempting to pervert the course of justice over the Energy and Climate Change Secretary’s speeding points

Huhne and the wife he left to be reunited – in a court

Energy Secretary resigns from Government after being charged with perverting course of justice

The DPP's full statement on Huhne

The Crown Prosecution Service explained how it arrived at the decision to bring charges against Chris Huhne and his former wife Vicky Pryce in a statement today.

John Terry and Anton Ferdinand at Loftus Road in October

John Terry trial will not take place until after Euro 2012

England captain John Terry will not face trial for allegedly racially abusing Anton Ferdinand until after the Euro 2012 championships.

Student, Richard O'Dwyer stands with his mother Julia as they arrive at Westminster Magistrates Court in central London

Student to face US trial over TVShack website

A British student can be extradited to the US to face charges of copyright infringement over a website he ran offering links to pirated films online, a court ruled today.

Mills: I made up claim of payment from Berlusconi

English lawyer David Mills said he was "deeply ashamed" to have written a letter falsely claiming that Silvio Berlusconi had given him $600,000.

David Mills arrived at court today to give evidence in connection with corruption charges being brought in Italy against Silvio Berlusconi

David Mills 'ashamed' of Silvio Berlusconi claim

English lawyer David Mills told a court today he was "deeply ashamed" to have written a letter falsely claiming that former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi had given him $600,000.

Dealer accused of smuggling guns faces US extradition

A British arms dealer can be extradited to the United States to stand trial for allegedly smuggling weapons, a court has ruled.

Potesters occupy the Fortnum and Mason department store in central London

Fortnum sit-in protesters found guilty of trespass

Protesters whose occupation of Fortnum & Mason shut down the central London department store during an anti-cuts rally in March were convicted yesterday of aggravated trespass.

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