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
Inmates due to be freed should have face-to-face hearings – but there are not enough officers to go round
Identity of swine shrouded in secrecy
The seven Supreme Court Justices voted unanimously against the claims
Judge has also ruled that council could sell a house owned by the man
Judges who make life-changing decisions on behalf of people who lack mental capacity will now routinely have to publish their judgments.
A challenge to the 2010 Order by ISP Verizon will allow ISPs to create a 'two tier' system which charges more for high-bandwidth activities online
Judge Kern said the state's law is "arbitrary and irrational"
Court papers say Mr Henson took the pictures for commercial purposes
Same-sex marriages will be considered legal and couples can claim benefits
Jury rules by 8-2 majority that death which triggered London riots was lawful
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).
Military had tried to remove an officer candidate from elite army academy for allegedly having sex with his girlfriend while on leave
Pulling out of the European Convention on Human Rights completely is still being considered, says Justice Secretary Chris Grayling
High Court lifts anonymity order preventing publication of their identities
The comedian was rumoured to be performing for the controversial church for eye-watering ticket prices of up to £1,000