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Senior judges today expressed amazement after technology giant Apple suggested it would need two weeks to post a notice on its website.

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Two of Wales's most notorious murderers had their appeals dismissed today.

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The natural father of Baby P who was falsely accused of having been convicted of raping a 14-year-old girl has had a libel award of £75,000 cut to £50,000.

Chris Cairns sued Lalit Modi, ex-chairman of the Indian Premier League, over an 'unequivocal allegation'

Cricket libel award appeal fails

An appeal against a £90,000 libel award to former New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns over an accusation of match-fixing has failed.

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Two fathers given suspended jail terms for not paying child support yesterday won legal fights after complaining that their human rights were breached.

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Investigation begins into allegations of match fixing at Serie A side Napoli

Napoli face the prospect of heavy sanctions after the Italian football federation (FIGC) confirmed it is investigating allegations of match-fixing at the Serie A club.

Current and former Birmingham Council workers celebrate after yesterday's Court judgement

Ruling allows equal-pay claims up to six years

Employers face the prospect of battling discrimination claims years after an employee has left their company following a landmark Supreme Court ruling yesterday.

Current and former Birmingham Council workers celebrate after yesterday's Court judgement

Equal pay ruling opens door for women to take employers to court

Employers face the prospect of battling discrimination claims years after an employee has left their company following a landmark Supreme Court ruling yesterday.

Soldiers' families win right to sue MoD over Iraq deaths

Relatives of soldiers killed fighting in Iraq can claim for damages for negligence against the Government, senior judges said yesterday.

Victory for families as dead Iraq soldiers' relatives told they can sue Government for negligence

The families of soldiers killed fighting in Iraq can now claim for damages for negligence against the Government, senior judges said in a 'landmark' ruling today.

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