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A paralysed man is taking up a legal challenge for the right to die with the help of a doctor, saying he would like to be able to choose when to “call it a day”.

Government launches new bid to challenge Abu Qatada ruling

The Government has asked permission to take its fight to remove hate preacher Abu Qatada from the UK to the highest court in the land.

Jason Owen was jailed over the death of Baby P

Baby P man back in jail for breaching jail terms

A man jailed for his role in the death of Baby P has been recalled to prison after breaching his bail conditions, sources said today.

Shell faces pollution inquiry after grounding of rig off Alaska

The US Justice Department is to investigate whether Shell's Kulluk drilling rig off Alaska violated pollution rules.

Christian B&B owners sued over refusing gay guests can now turn away homosexual couples

Peter and Hazelmary Bull have reopened the Chymorvah Hotel as a non-profit organisation

Abu Qatada is being investigated over claims he breached bail conditions by accessing or producing extremist material, police revealed today.

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Abu Qatada is being investigated over claims he breached bail conditions by accessing or producing extremist material, police revealed today.

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Stephen Lawrence murderer Gary Dobson drops appeal over conviction

One of the two men jailed for the racist murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence has dropped his appeal against conviction, the Judicial Office confirmed today.

Baroness Hale says legal recruiters are prejudiced

Law profession can't handle talented women, says Baroness Hale

Britain's most senior female judge accuses the legal elite of practising 'unconscious' sexism

Swiss banker accused of helping US clients avoid tax accidentally sent details to authorities

A Swiss banker alleged to have helped 60 people hide some $184 million from US taxmen has landed most of his miscreant clients in court after accidentally posting a list of their names and incriminating details to the authorities, state prosecutors have confirmed.

A delighted Danny Nightingale and his wife Sally leave the High Court

SAS sniper Danny Nightingale conviction for illegally possessing pistol and ammunition overturned

Soldier admitted illegally possessing a Glock 9mm pistol and more than 300 rounds of ammunition at a court martial

Former SAS soldier Danny Nightingale kisses his wife Sally outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London

Jailed SAS soldier Danny Nightingale set to find out whether conviction will be quashed

Nightingale admitted illegally possessing a Glock 9mm pistol and more than 300 rounds of ammunition at a court martial

Road rage killer Kenneth Noye

M25 road rage killer Kenneth Noye fails in attempt to have minimum jail term cut

A “professional criminal” given a life sentence for a road rage murder on an M25 slip road today failed in a bid to get his 16-year minimum jail term cut by the Court of Appeal.

Peter Connelly, whose death has prompted an increase in care proceedings

Baby P social workers lose appeal over dismissal

Two of Baby P's social workers have lost an appeal against an employment tribunal ruling that they were fairly sacked in the wake of the public outcry over the toddler's death.

West Yorkshire Police lose football policing costs appeal

West Yorkshire Police have lost their appeal over who should pay for policing of matches at Leeds United's Elland Road stadium.

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