The Leave.EU founder has reached a settlement with the Electoral Commission over alleged electoral offences in the 2016 referendum.
A High Court judge has ruled on the meaning of comments made by Tommy Robinson about a Syrian refugee in the latest libel case hearing.
A judge has ruled that action taken over allegedly “transphobic” tweets had unlawfully interfered with Harry Miller's freedom of expression.
Susan Evans has claimed a gender identity development service is giving young children “experimental treatment” without adequate assessment.
Actress Tina Malone has narrowly avoided jail after she admitted sharing a social media post identifying one of James Bulger’s killers.
A druid who calls himself “King John” said he'll take the Government to the High Court if an underground tunnel near Stonehenge gets the go-ahead.
Our host spoke to Ian Lawrence from the National Association of Probation Officers
Judges ruled the Parole Board must make a 'fresh determination' in the case of John Worboys
Charles Villiers and Emma Villiers, who are both in their 50s and lived together in Dumbarton before separating, are embroiled in a dispute about whether their arguments over money should be held in an English or Scottish divorce court.
Mosley faces fresh investigation after discovery of racist leaflet which casts doubt on evidence he gave High Court in 2008
Faiz Siddiqui suggested the reason he was awarded a 2:1 was because of 'inadequate teaching'
The anti-fascism charity tweeted 'we spent 11 months in pursuit of the truth and today we emerge victorious'
Many taking part in the protest held banners which read 'freedom for political prisoners' and also waved Catalan flag
Nine ousted members of the Catalan parliament attended, however five other did not as they are in Belgium
The businesswoman spoke to James Whale and Ash about the move by the Crown Prosecution Service to reduce online abuse
The businesswoman who challenged the Government over Article 50 could be forced to leave the UK for her own safety
Retail editor at The Times Deirdre Hipwell says many would probably like to have a drink in the pub with Mike Ashley now
The parents of the terminally ill baby, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, dropped their legal battle on Monday
Chris Gard and Connie Yates will find out whether their case at the High Court has been successful
George Galloway believes it is not Parliament or the courts that is sovereign, but in fact the people
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
The businesswoman gave an interview to the Full Set Breakfast show in the wake of the election result
Graham Mills is still paying maintenance to his ex-wife despite divorcing 15 years ago – and her overspending issues
The former lecturer, who was given a terminal diagnosis of motor neurone disease, will now be able to fight the law preventing him from dying on his own terms
Social media users flocked to register their sympathy for Charlie's parents after devastating court decision
Conway, who was given a terminal diagnosis of motor neurone disease, is to hear the end of his legal challenge at the High Court
Laura Nicklinson, the daughter of a man who died after losing his assisted dying appeal, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the issue after another terminally-ill man appeals to the High Court.
There was outrage from Eurosceptic newspapers after the court ruled, in 2016, that Theresa May couldn't trigger Article 50 without Parliament's approval
On Wednesday the government scrapped the Dubs amendment scheme which allowed unaccompanied refugee children to enter the UK from Europe
The Government is facing a landmark case against arms sales to Saudi Arabia, after campaigners accused them of being complicit in Saudi atrocities
This case is over the UK's membership of the European Economic Area (EEA)
A court case is set to begin in Dublin's High Court on Friday, which will determine whether the process of triggering Article 50 is reversible or not
The inquest into the deaths of 30 British tourists at the hands of Seifeddine Rezgui Yacoubi in June 2015 opened yesterday
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has said that it's great to see Mark Carney eating his own words, after his announcement to MPs about Brexit's impact on the economy
The case on Brexit opened at the Supreme Court yesterday
Last month, the High Court ruled Article 50 couldn't be triggered by Theresa May without Parliament's approval
A 14-year-old girl who died of cancer was been cryogenically frozen after a judge ruled in her favour in a landmark case
Britain's Progressives must seize the moment and unite - or else this crucial moment in history will be lost
O'Flynn said Remainers will fail in their delaying tactics and it will all play into the hands of UKIP
Policy editor of The Times Oliver Wright believes MPs want a 'road map' of Theresa May's ideal Brexit
The German Chancellor has been told 'Brexit is not a done deal' in the wake of today's High Court ruling
Theresa May can't trigger Article 50 without a vote in Parliament after the High Court's decision
The High Court ruled that the government can only trigger article 50 with Parliament's approval
The High Court ruled that Theresa May's government can't trigger Article 50 without Parliament's approval
The High Court will decide on whether Theresa May has the legal right to trigger Article 50 without approval from Parliament
The younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge took civil court action after her account was hacked
Several parties are pushed for a Parliamentary vote on when Article 50 is triggered
National Aids Trust claimed the NHS is using 'dog-whistle tactics' in its portrayal of a new HIV treatment