A landmark legal case looks set to overturn the way millions of unmarried couples’ finances are treated.
The executive order is fighting it ways through the federal courts and may go to the Supreme Court
Denise Brewster, from Coleraine in Northern Ireland, was refused payments from the pension of her partner who died two days after they got engaged
Exclusive: Brexit Department admits it has 'no estimate' of full cost of its legal battle
Court is hearing evidence about a term-time holiday to Florida
Term-time holiday father Jon Platt is taken to Supreme Court as Isle of Wight Council seeks to overturn a landmark ruling in his favour
Democrats have promised to refuse the vote if the president doesn't pick a mainstream candidate
Police also issue eight 'cease and desist' notices to individuals across UK as part of same investigation
What does today's Supreme Court decision mean for the chances of stopping Brexit? Our Chief Political Commentator answers your questions
‘This provides welcome certainty for the beginning of the negotiations’
Contrary to what you might have heard, the Royal Prerogative is not merely an archaic hangover from the feudal system. Most democratic countries accept this sort of arrangement. The people do not govern, or legislate, or interpret the law, but they are the ultimate source of the authority of those who do
'Parliament can repeal tomorrow what it passes today'
There is a one-in-three chance that the decision will be reversed, said the head of the German Institute for Economic Research
This morning Labour said it would table an amendment designed to prevent the Government turning Britain into 'a bargain basement tax haven'. We look forward to the wording of that one
The Government now must hold a parliamentary vote to trigger the start of official negotiations to exit the European Union
The Government has already prepared a range of potential Bills to put before Parliament