B&B owners Peter and Hazelmary Bull: 'penalised for their beliefs'

Christian B&B owners appeal at Supreme Court over sex discrimination case

Peter Bull and wife Hazelmary want the Supreme Court to decide whether their decision to refuse to let civil partners Martyn Hall and Steven Preddy stay in a double room constituted sex discrimination

Child abuse artist Graham Ovenden jailed for two years after 'unduly lenient' sentence is reviewed

The 70-year-old was found guilty of historic child abuse charges against young girls who posed for his artwork

A paedophile who received a suspended jail term after the prosecution branded his 13-year-old victim “predatory” is having his sentence reviewed.

Paedophile who received suspended jail term after prosecution branded 13-year-old victim 'predatory' is ordered to serve immediate two-year prison sentence following review

Court of Appeal judges have been asked to decide whether the punishment handed to Neil Wilson was unduly lenient

Mark Lundy: The businessman was jailed for the murder of his wife and daughter with a small axe

New Zealand businessman Mark Lundy set for retrial after 12 years in jail as he wins appeal in UK court over murder conviction

Mark Lundy’s conviction for murdering his wife and daughter is ‘unsafe’ given new evidence

Seanad referendum: Enda Kenny 'disappointed' as Government loses vote to abolish Irish parliament's upper house

Irish Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said he is personally disappointed after his Government suffered an embarrassing defeat in a referendum to abolish the country's upper house of parliament.

Purple haze: Nestlé wins fight to use Cadbury colour

Cadbury has lost a four-year legal battle over the rights of its famous Cadbury’s Purple wrapper colour after rival Nestlé challenged the trademark.

Founder of Thailand's royalist Yellow Shirt movement jailed for defaming monarchy

The founder of the royalist Yellow Shirt movement has been jailed for two years for defaming the monarchy by repeating offensive comments made by a political opponent.

Fresh allegations have been made about disgraced veteran broadcaster Stuart Hall

Jailed broadcaster Stuart Hall faces fresh claims of child sex abuse

The former It's A Knockout presenter is currently serving a 30-month jail term and is set to be questioned further by Lancashire Police

Sweden reduces Pirate Bay head’s jail term from two years to one

A court has dismissed part of the hacking and fraud case against the founder of the file-sharing website Pirate Bay and reduced his prison sentence from two years to one.

Chief constable Suzette Davenport and murder victim Kevin Nunes

Top officers may face charges over cover-up claims

Police chiefs are among force staff who could face prosecution for perverting the course of justice in murder trial

Cesc Fabregas

London tycoon whose wife left him for Cesc Fabregas says he suffered 'gross injustice'

Elie Taktouk says UK courts 'are not interested if you are right or wrong they are just trying to protect the woman, they protect the badly behaved ones, not the well behaved ones'

The Attorney General, Dominic Grieve QC, has decided to refer Wilson's sentence to the Court of Appeal

Court to review sentence against paedophile Neil Wilson in 'predatory' girl row

Neil Wilson was allowed to walk free after prosecuting barrister Robert Colover had labelled the young girl 'sexually experienced'

Multiple murderer Arthur Hutchinson, who has become the first Briton to challenge his

Triple murderer Arthur Hutchinson mounts in first whole-life tariff appeal

Murderer told he would spend life behind bars has become the first Briton to appeal against tariff in European court

Sergeant Danny Nightingale and wife Sally

SAS sniper Danny Nightingale to appeal against conviction over gun

Former SAS sniper Sergeant Danny Nightingale is to appeal against his conviction for illegally possessing a gun and ammunition, his lawyer has said.

Attorney General Dominic Grieve has agreed to look into the case after a 13-year-old girl was described as a sexual 'predator'

Judge calls victim, 13, a 'sexual predator': Outcry as 41-year-old man walks free after admitting sex with girl

Attorney General to consider whether to ask Court of Appeal if suspended eight-month jail sentence was unduly lenient

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