Seeking damages for professional negligence, the British woman argued that the lawyers should have made it clear that a divorce would result in her marriage being terminated
For the sake of their children, parents must try hard to stick together
Trying to resolve problems about broadband while on the telephone to someone in India is a common frustration for people in Britain
The first Monday back to work sees more divorces and miserable tweets than any other day of the year
Premier dismisses police officers after corruption probe orchestrated by exiled preacher, Fethullah Gulen
Judge says ‘battle lines in this case are clearly drawn’, as Italian sisters stand accused of credit card fraud
Justin Bieber’s new nemesis?
Charles Saatchi sent one of Nigella Lawson’s personal assistants out four times a week to buy copies of his own book to send it up the bestsellers list, a court was told on Friday.
lt captures the deep emotional bond forged over a lifetime
Serge Vorobyov threw the cash from the top floor of a US mall on Black Friday as a choir sang ‘Let it Snow’
Charles Saatchi admitted he has “no proof” whether his ex-wife Nigella Lawson has ever taken drugs as the private email he wrote to her referring to the TV chef as ‘Higella’ was read out in court on Friday.
He told jurors bills were paid by his company before he reimbursed it from his personal account
The convicted fraudster could be handed more time in jail for leaving the country without permission
Reports suggest Dave and Angela Dawes’ relationship struggled under pressure of lottery success
From less sex and a spike in suicides, to either more crime or less depending on who you believe, the dreaded R-word has been used by academics to explain away dozens of society's ills.
Who has left luxury behind to face the bushtucker trials down-under?