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Neither of the former lovers are expected to be in the court in Florence, but if found guilty again, another appeal is bound to follow

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Same-sex marriages will be considered legal and couples can claim benefits

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Lotus suffered a 40 per cent slide in the number of sports cars sold as losses at the Malaysian-owned engineer worsened dramatically last year.

Mark Duggan's killing sparked widespread riots

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Jury rules by 8-2 majority that death which triggered London riots was lawful

Mr Witherow will be the one serving editor on the panel

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John Witherow, editor of The Times, will be among members of an appointments panel that will select the board of the new press regulator, the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO).

Jimmy Savile's victims are calling for a single judge-led inquiry.

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They fear current processes could leave questions unanswered

Artur Mas wrote to EU leaders asking for support in a vote for independence from Spain

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Catalonia’s president has called on European Union leaders for support as the region seeks a vote on independence in November this year, the source of an increasingly bitter fight with Spain’s central government.

Manmohan Singh has been Prime Minister of India for 10 years, he has announced that he will not be running for re-election

Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh announces retirement, launches scathing attack on possible successor

Mr Singh threw his support behind Rahul Gandhi, claiming it would be 'disastrous' for the country if Hindu nationalist leader Narendra Modi became the next leader

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South Korea military vows to fight sex ban ruling for expelled army cadet

Military had tried to remove an officer candidate from elite army academy for allegedly having sex with his girlfriend while on leave

The Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling

Tories plan human rights laws overhaul in coming year

Pulling out of the European Convention on Human Rights completely is still being considered, says Justice Secretary Chris Grayling

Corporal Christopher Glyn Watson and Marine Jack Alexander Hammond were acquitted of the murder of an insurgent in Afghanistan

Two Marines acquitted of murdering wounded Afghan insurgent are named

High Court lifts anonymity order preventing publication of their identities

Russell Howard has been forced to deny that he has accepted an invitation to perform at an upcoming benefit gig for the Church of Scientology.

Russell Howard forced to deny Scientology benefit gig rumours

The comedian was rumoured to be performing for the controversial church for eye-watering ticket prices of up to £1,000

A colleague filmed Sgt Alexander Blackman carrying out the killing in Helmand

Marine A may need same prison protection as a paedophile, court hears

Lord Thomas said that balanced against the principle of open justice was the risk that Blackman could be attacked in prison

You can STILL be jailed for being a republican, government confirms, and it remains illegal to even 'imagine' overthrowing the Queen

Government admits it mistakenly included a law that threatens to jail for life anyone who has called for the abolition of the monarchy on a list of recently repealed offences

The dismissal of Abdul Quader Mollah's appeal against execution is celebrated in Dhaka. Mollah was sentenced to life imprisonment but the Supreme Court changed the verdict to a death sentence

Bangladesh executes Islamist leader and convicted war criminal Abdul Quader Mollah over deaths in war of independence

Violent backlash is expected after the hanging of the man who was responsible for more than 380 deaths during the country’s war of independence in 1971

Australia: Gay marriage law reversed by high court less than a week after first weddings

High Court rules that ACT law could not run alongside federal Marriage Act, which defines marriage as between a man and a woman

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