A couple who want doctors to keep helping their brain-damaged baby son might have to fight a High Court battle without help from lawyers.
The Duchess of Sussex has been accused of being more worried about the “unflattering” effect of the publication of letter extracts written to her estranged father than any breach of her data protection rights.
The Duchess of Sussex’s father has claimed he paid tens of thousands for his daughter’s private school fees, university tuition and was paying off her student loan even after her career as an actress took off.
The families of the Hyde Park bombing victims have urged the Government to meet them after a High Court judge ruled that John Downey was involved in the IRA attack.
Relatives of four British soldiers killed in the Hyde Park bombing have won the first stage of a High Court damages claim against suspect John Downey.
A High Court judge is set to give a ruling on a damages claim by relatives of the Hyde Park bomb victims against a suspect.
The objective of the Hyde Park bombing was the “cold-blooded killing” of British soldiers, the High Court has heard.
Volkswagen “cheated” European emissions standards – which were designed “to save lives” – by installing unlawful “defeat devices” in its diesel vehicles, the High Court has heard.
The first major battle in mass litigation brought against Volkswagen over the “Dieselgate” emissions scandal is set to be heard by the High Court.
Alex Salmond has pleaded not guilty to attempting to rape a woman at Bute House, the official residence of the first minister of Scotland, during the independence referendum campaign.
Former Scottish first minister Alex Salmond is due to appear in court on a series of sexual assault and attempted rape charges.