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Exclusive: Controversial new court fees deny defendants the right to a fair trial because they encourage the innocent to plead guilty, says the professor
Jeremy Corbyn has previously said he supports actions on arms sales
HIV and AIDs campaigners have called the amendment "draconian"
Shocking satellite images show devastation in districts that back opposition to President Assad
Plans by Theresa May could see terror suspects faced with being made stateless
The hidden plight of women asylum seekers detained in Britain is exposed today as a major new report warns that female rape and torture victims are being locked up indefinitely, suffering from depression and being intimidated by male guards.
Even when guilt is established, the suffering inflicted upon inmates goes beyond belief
Last Thursday, Mohammed Asghar, a 69-year-old shopkeeper from Edinburgh who has been diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic, was sentenced to death. The sentence came after two marathon hearings and a three-year trial process.
McGuire was the first prisoner to be executed with a new cocktail of lethal drugs and took 26 minutes to die
Former Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins, who was handed a 35-year sentence for a string of child sex offences, has lodged an application for permission to appeal the length of his sentence.
Magistrate orders that the charges be dropped and that the former computer analyst be deported from the east African country on the basis that his visa has expired
Identity of swine shrouded in secrecy
The latest attempt to make a citizen's arrest on Tony Blair is saluted by campaigner Peter Tatchell, who was beaten unconscious in his attempt to apprehend President Mugabe
Everyone knows that the Assad regime – from father Hafez onwards – has employed torture and executions to preserve the doubtful purity of the Baath party