Scientific testing showed that blood found on the fridge in the apartment of a man accused of murdering British backpacker Grace Millane was 500,000 million times more likely to belong to her than anyone else, a New Zealand court heard.
Actor Geoffrey Rush’s lawyer has told an Australian appeals court a judge was “well and truly justified” in concluding the Oscar winner was unable to work after being defamed in newspaper articles in 2017.
A court hearing has been set for next month in the case against former first minister Alex Salmond, who faces attempted rape and sexual assault charges.
A “private and confidential” letter from the Duchess of Sussex to her estranged father was written at a “time of great personal anguish and distress”, court documents reveal.
The estranged father of the Duchess of Sussex says he did not intend to share a private letter sent by Meghan, but felt pressured to do so after he was “mischaracterised” in a magazine article.
A couple given the go-ahead to move their severely disabled daughter to an Italian hospital say they are relieved to learn that they will not face a further legal fight.
A man accused of blackmailing a Premier League footballer told police he was “star-struck” when he walked in on the player in bed with a woman who was not his partner.
Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament has been ruled “improper” and “unlawful” by three senior Scottish judges, who concluded it had been done with “the purpose of stymying Parliament”.
Footballer Anthony Stokes has been given an eight-month deferred sentence for stalking his ex-partner.
A convicted sex offender who planted a spy camera in the ladies’ toilets of the studios where the latest James Bond is being filmed has been jailed.
A former SNP MP jailed for embezzling more than £25,000 from pro-independence groups has been refused leave to appeal against her sentence.