Employers could be kept in the dark about the criminal records of some job applicants under a review of rules by the home secretary.
The US Supreme Court has voted in favour of a policy banning certain transgender people from serving in the military.
Jo Ram, one of the Stansted 15 protesters, has said that this “draconian” legislation “should never have been used against” them.
A row between Republicans and Democrats has broken out over a confidential FBI report about allegations that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh sexually assaulted women three decades ago.
Five Supreme Court justices have ruled that Tini Owens must stay married to Hugh Owens until at least 2020.
Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan won the right to have a civil partnership in the Supreme Court, but some people are confused as to why they didn't just get married
Gary Smith, who worked for Pimlico Plumbers for nearly six years from 2005, previously won a number of court rulings which determined he could claim "worker" status, even though he was described in his contract as a "self-employed operative".
A London couple have taken their fight for a civil partnership to the Supreme Court.
Jerry Hayes says the case in Britain's highest court won't affect Worboys himself
Married girls who are under 18 can accuse their husbands of rape within one year of the alleged incident
The government asked local authorities to identify illegal immigrants including Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar
The MP for Beaconsfield said the Supreme Court President was right to raise the issue in an interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer
In an interview with the BBC, the Supreme Court president called for the Government to say more about the role of the European Court of Justice after the UK leaves the EU
A criminal investigation began after a panel found Nawaz Sharif and his family couldn't account for their wealth
John Walker has won a Supreme Court case meaning his husband will get the same pension rights as a wife would receive if he dies
Panel of Supreme Court judges finds unanimously in Walker's favour
President Nicolás Maduro describes the incident as a 'terrorist attack' and says he will use his entire armed forces to defend peace
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
Graham Mills is still paying maintenance to his ex-wife despite divorcing 15 years ago – and her overspending issues
Father Jon Platt has lost a Supreme Court battle, as it upheld the decision to fine him over taking his daughter out of school for a week long holiday, which was unauthorised
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.
Judges have upheld a decision made last week by Judge James Robart to suspend Donald Trump's travel ban
This case is over the UK's membership of the European Economic Area (EEA)
Joe Walsh, now a popular conservative talkshow hosts, believes 'we're in for four years of protests and warfare'
The bill was heavily debated in Parliament on Tuesday, and today (Wednesday) faces its first real test as turmoil grows in the House of Commons
The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill will allow the Government to trigger Article 50, once it becomes an act
Professor Catherine Barnard spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about Theresa May's promise to publish a White Paper on the Government's plan for Brexit
Theresa May has promised there will be a White Paper outlining the Government's Brexit plans. But what sort of detail - and how much - will he included in the document?
The MP for Brent North and the Shadow Secretary for International Trade spoke to our host about how the Labour Party wants to hold the Government accountable ahead of the trigger of Article 50
Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry issued the warning during an interview on BBC Newsnight
The Supreme Court ruled today that Article 50 can only be triggered after Parliament have taken a vote on the matter
Brendan Chilton says party must vote for Brexit - or media will have a field day
Gina Miller has been bombarded with tweets about the Supreme Court Brexit decision today, except people aren't tweeting the right Gina Miller
The ruling said Westminster will not have to seek approval from the authorities in Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland to trigger Article 50
The Supreme Court has ruled that the Brexit process cannot begin without a vote in Parliament and so Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the SNP have responded to the decision
The Supreme Court ruled today that the Government can't trigger Article 50 without putting a bill through Parliament
Charlie Mullins, CEO of Pimlico Plumbers and Remain campaigner who helped fund the Supreme Court case, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the historic ruling from the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court delivered their verdict on the historic case today (Tuesday)
Britain's most senior judges will reveal whether Theresa May has the formal power to trigger Article 50 and begin negotiations with the European Union
A number of Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet could be set to vote against triggering Article 50 next week
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
MPs have voted in favour of a government amendment which calls for Article 50 to be triggered by the end of March, however MP Angela Smith voted against this
The MP for Wokingham spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the on-going case
The Supreme Court are continuing to hear the case over whether Parliament should be consulted about triggering Article 50
The Government has agreed to publish a plan for Brexit before triggering Article 50, as the Supreme Court case drags on
The case on Brexit opened at the Supreme Court yesterday
Adam Bienkov, of Business Insider, says motion to force Government to reveal Brexit strategy has no real power
Kamall, the MEP for London, claimed that 'wealthy people want to block the will of the British people'
The dispute over whether Parliament need to be consulted about triggering Article 50 is continues today in the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court Brexit case began today, after the Government challenged the High Court ruling that Parliament must be consulted before Article 50 is triggered
The Prime Minister's spokeswoman said the government was 'getting on' with Brexit, despite 'people trying to tie' their hands in negotiations
Barry Gardiner says he and other Remain MPs need 'clarity' on Brexit strategy, prompting incredulity from Julia
Last month, the High Court ruled Article 50 couldn't be triggered by Theresa May without Parliament's approval
The group revealed they had been 'inundated' by messages from extremist groups supporting the protest