'She was wrong on an issue of transcendental importance, which undermines her authority in managing negotiations with Europe’s other member states'
Delivered to the Conservative conference in Birmingham (subheadings in bold).
The advocate general said headscarves could be banned by employers as long as other religious and political symbols were forbidden in the workplace
The court says the policy significantly restricts the market
Airbrushing our own history could set a dangerous precedent
The ruling follows a request for advice from The Netherlands about three gay refugees seeking asylum from Uganda, Sierra Leone and Senegal
Football's governing bodies had wanted to be able to sell matches to the highest bidders
Wealthy clubs will watch legal challenge driven by Jean-Louis Dupont with interest
As UK airlines prepare for a wave of retrospective compensation claims by delayed passengers, some carriers have been accused of obstructing legitimate applications for long flight delays.
Travellers can now theoretically claim compensation for delays dating back to 2005
Ryanair today lost the latest round in its legal battle to avoid paying for hotels, meals and drinks for passengers disrupted by delayed flights during the Icelandic volcano eruption in 2010.
David Cameron today pledged to do "everything possible" to stop signatories of a new treaty from using the EU's institutions to do their business behind the UK's back.
British consumers face hikes in the cost of car and life insurance as well as a reduced income in retirement if the European Court of Justice outlaws gender-based pricing of premiums on Tuesday.
Polar bears have their day in court, and other legal dramas
A determined landlady has won a significant breakthrough in a legal battle that could transform the British pub trade by allowing premises to show Premier League games that are being broadcast by foreign networks.
Men approaching retirement face a substantial cut in their pension income if changes to EU law get the green light.