A Supreme Court ruling could result in a number of defendants convicted under the doctrine of joint enterprise appealing their convictions
The Supreme Court judgement could lead to a number of appeals by those convicted under the doctrine of joint enterprise
Scalia was known for his opposition to abortion rights over his 30-year Supreme Court career
Former camp inmate Erna de Vries: 'I am not hateful, but it somehow feels like justice to see this man on trial'
Total could top 11 million if unknown numbers held in Chinese and North Korean detention centres were included
Seven years of Jacqueline Sauvage’s remaining 10-year sentence are waived
Charles Keidan: 'It is time for Parliament to demonstrate its commitment to creating a level playing field for all citizens by opening up civil partnerships to same-sex and opposite-sex couples alike'
'We had an officer who we believe was exposed to it, during the night he said he got a fierce burning sensation in his head which felt like his head was covered with nits'
What will happen to the innocent people who may already have pleaded guilty?
He's already got David Cameron to tear up a prison deal with Saudi Arabia and has reversed Chris Grayling's ludicrous ban on books – what's next?
Senior judge says quota system would create perception judicial appointments are 'not based on merit'
Donald Macintyre follows François and David as they try to mend Anglo-French relations over a half-pint in Oxfordshire
Damon Feldman, the promoter organizing the bout with the star, has confirmed that the fight will take place on 1 March
Shrien Dewani, who is accused of organising the murder of his wife Anni, has lost a High Court bid to block his extradition to South Africa until he is fit to stand trial.
Lincolnshire registered a third of reported rapes as 'no crimes'
When most of us think of Easter Island, or Rapa Nui, we think of moai, the 887 magnificent statues that guard its shores. But the mystery of BBC4's Easter Island: Mysteries of a Lost World wasn't how these monoliths were made, or how they were moved into place (aliens, obviously) or even whether the ancient Rapa Nui people were responsible for their own decline, it's why the myths have persisted for so long.