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Clarke examines ‘Big Brother’ laws

Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke has hinted that the Government could review laws if they are deemed to violate the privacy...

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‘No-jury’ quartet await appeal verdict

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Author: Joanne Gibbons

Four men are still waiting to discover if they have successfully appealed against their ‘no-jury’ convictions for a £1.7million Heathrow...

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Heathrow robbery four lodge appeals

Four men found guilty of robbing a Heathrow warehouse of £1.75 million after a trial without a jury are appealing...

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Djanogly plans court ‘alternatives’

Justice minister Jonathan Djanogly has said he wants to reform legal aid and the criminal justice system to “encourage people...

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Legal aid removed in epilepsy case

The Legal Services Commission (LSC) has withdrawn legal aid for a group of families suing the maker of a drug...

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Terra Firma loses EMI deal case

Private equity group Terra Firma was not tricked into paying over the odds for music group EMI by US bank...

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Iraqis in public inquiry action

A group of more than 100 Iraqi civilians which claims it suffered torture and inhuman treatment at the hands of...

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Justice plans ‘could save £70m’

A report by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) has indicated that pooling resources between agencies in the criminal justice...

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Kidney donor makes £14m medical negligence claim

A man has claimed High Court damages of nearly £14 million after receiving "catastrophic" injuries after an operation to donate...

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Firm fined after coal plant death

A Durham-based energy support services company has been fined £120,000 and ordered to pay £35,000 in costs after a man...

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‘Unfit’ murder criteria may change

Defendants who are classified as "unfit to plead" could be tried under new plans which would examine their ability to...

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