A woman who killed her husband with a hammer has had her murder conviction overturned in a landmark appeal.
Dr Peter Saunders, the Campaign Director at Care Not Killing, has said that Parliament are concerned changes to the law on assisted suicide would allow for “pressure” on “vulnerable people to end their lives”.
Canon Jeremy Pemberton had his permission to officiate revoked after marrying Laurence Cunnington in April 2014
Panel of Supreme Court judges finds unanimously in Walker's favour
The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit said the executive order was discriminatory and the President was overstepping his authority
Connie Yates and Chris Gard have been fighting to take their son - who has brain damage and a genetic condition - to the US for an experimental treatment
A man who has only been identified as Y was originally told he would be eligible for compensation under the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme, however now he has lost that fight
A couple went to the Court of Appeal in a bid to allow heterosexual couples to enter a civil partnership, rather than get married, but they lost the case