Former camp inmate Erna de Vries: 'I am not hateful, but it somehow feels like justice to see this man on trial'
Simon Binner, 57, travelled to an assisted suicide clinic in Switzerland after being diagnosed with Motor Neurone disease
In 2015, the average hourly rate charged by partners at the so-called Magic Circle firms reached a new record of £850
World View: The court needs to sign up more countries; to streamline its procedures; to mature. Because never before in history has there been a forum for the weak to obtain justice from those who would like to consider themselves all-powerful. It demands to be nurtured
'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'
The man has not been convicted of any offence yet
Lord Chief Justice says judges 'feel that the burdens of work imposed on them have increased'
Miklas Scholz: 'I have written many journals so I am used to writing in proper English and proper sentences and wouldn’t use words and phrases like being ‘in hot water’ to describe being in trouble because it is not correct'
Donald Macintyre follows François and David as they try to mend Anglo-French relations over a half-pint in Oxfordshire
The EU divides opinion but whatever your views it is important to have your say — through voting in the May election and joining in the Citizens’ Dialogue events around Europe
When Maria Miller travels to Sochi next week, she must seize the opportunity to raise the issue of LGBT rights with Russian officials
From Seattle to the Austrian border, the fallout from the latest verdict on Meredith Kercher’s murder has been dramatic
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.
The twin blasts killed three people and wounded more than 260 others at the end of the city's marathon in April 2013
More than 80 backbenchers had demanded a tougher line on deporting foreign criminals from Britain
The Premier League side are looking to redevelop their existing ground