Supreme Court

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Criminals could be allowed to keep their records from employers

Criminals could be allowed to keep their records from employers

Criminals could be allowed to keep their records from employers

Employers could be kept in the dark about the criminal records of some job applicants under a review of rules by the home secretary.

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Trans rights

Supreme Court allows Trump's ban on transgender people serving in US military

Supreme Court allows Trump's ban on transgender people serving in US military

The US Supreme Court has voted in favour of a policy banning certain transgender people from serving in the military.

Monday, December 17, 2018

Monday, December 17, 2018

Stansted 15 protester: We have been found guilty using a 'draconian' law that should never have been used

Stansted 15 protester: We have been found guilty using a 'draconian' law that should never have been used

Stansted 15 protester: We have been found guilty using a 'draconian' law

Jo Ram, one of the Stansted 15 protesters, has said that this “draconian” legislation “should never have been used against” them.

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Row breaks out over FBI report on Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh

Row breaks out over FBI report on Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh

Row breaks out over FBI report on Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh

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.

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Tini Owens loses Supreme Court fight for divorce

Tini Owens loses Supreme Court fight for divorce

Five Supreme Court justices have ruled that Tini Owens must stay married to Hugh Owens until at least 2020.

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan: What's the difference between marriage and a civil partnership?

Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan: What's the difference between marriage and a civil partnership?

What's the difference between marriage and a civil partnership?

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

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Worker wins rights battle against Pimlico Plumbers at the Supreme Court

Worker wins rights battle against Pimlico Plumbers at the Supreme Court

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".

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan

Denying a heterosexual couple their right to civil partnership is discrimination, court hears

Denying a heterosexual couple a civil partnership is discrimination, court hears

A London couple have taken their fight for a civil partnership to the Supreme Court.

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

The decision to release Worboys is the subject of a separate judicial review

Supreme Court verdict won't keep John Worboys in jail, says lawyer

Supreme Court verdict won't keep John Worboys in jail, says lawyer

Jerry Hayes says the case in Britain's highest court won't affect Worboys himself

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Indian Supreme Court rules child bride sex is rape

Indian Supreme Court rules child bride sex is rape

Indian Supreme Court rules child bride sex is rape

Married girls who are under 18 can accuse their husbands of rape within one year of the alleged incident

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Tuesday, October 3, 2017

More than 40,000 Rohingya refugees may be deported from India

More than 40,000 Rohingya refugees face deportation from India

More than 40,000 Rohingya refugees face deportation from India

The government asked local authorities to identify illegal immigrants including Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Brexit: 'It's not clear how Parliament wants judges to interpret EU law', says Dominic Grieve MP

Brexit: 'It's not clear how Parliament wants judges to interpret EU law', says Dominic Grieve MP

'It's not clear how Parliament wants judges to interpret EU law', says MP

The MP for Beaconsfield said the Supreme Court President was right to raise the issue in an interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer

Lord Neuberger calls on Government for clarity about EU law post-Brexit

Supreme Court president Lord Neuberger urges Government to clarify EU law post-Brexit

Supreme Court president Lord Neuberger demands clarity on post-Brexit law

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

Friday, July 28, 2017

Friday, July 28, 2017

Prime Minister of Pakistan removed from office by Supreme Court

Nawaz Sharif: Prime Minister of Pakistan removed from office by Supreme Court

Nawaz Sharif: Prime Minister of Pakistan removed from office by Supreme Court

A criminal investigation began after a panel found Nawaz Sharif and his family couldn't account for their wealth

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Thursday, July 13, 2017

'Government didn't resolve gay marriage pensions as it worried about other inequality claims'

John Walker says 'same-sex pensions could have been sorted years ago' after landmark victory

John Walker says 'same-sex pensions could have been sorted years ago'

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

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

The decision has been hailed as a major breakthrough by rights groups

Gay former cavalry officer John Walker wins equal pension rights for husband

Gay former cavalry officer wins equal pension rights for husband

Panel of Supreme Court judges finds unanimously in Walker's favour

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Helicopter drops grenades on Supreme Court in Venezuela

Helicopter drops grenades on Supreme Court in Venezuela

Helicopter drops grenades on Supreme Court in Venezuela

President Nicolás Maduro describes the incident as a 'terrorist attack' and says he will use his entire armed forces to defend peace

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Charlie Gard's parents to discover result of European Court of Human Rights appeal

Charlie Gard to remain on life support for six more days

Charlie Gard to remain on life support for six more days

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

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Divorcee Graham Mills talks to Julia Hartley-Brewer about his court fight to make divorce fairer

Divorcee Graham Mills talks to Julia Hartley-Brewer about his court fight to make divorce fairer

Divorcee Graham Mills on his court fight to make divorce fairer and easier

Graham Mills is still paying maintenance to his ex-wife despite divorcing 15 years ago – and her overspending issues

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Julia Hartley-Brewer in heated argument with term-time holiday dad Jon Platt over Supreme Court ruling

Julia Hartley-Brewer in heated argument with term-time holiday dad Jon Platt over Supreme Court ruling

Julia in heated argument with term-time holiday dad Jon Platt

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

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Noel Conway: 'Assisted dying not meant to be easy, but it should be possible', says campaigner Laura Nicklinson

'Assisted dying isn't meant to be easy, but it should be possible', says campaigner Laura Nicklinson

'Assisted dying not meant to be easy, but should be possible', says campaigner

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.

Friday, February 10, 2017

Friday, February 10, 2017

'Donald Trump will be reluctant to go to the Supreme Court for fear he won't win', says political commentator

Donald Trump secretly fears he won't win travel ban Supreme Court case, says political commentator

'Trump fears he won't actually win travel ban case in Supreme Court'

Judges have upheld a decision made last week by Judge James Robart to suspend Donald Trump's travel ban

Friday, February 3, 2017

Friday, February 3, 2017

New legal challenge over 'hard Brexit' to be heard at High Court

New legal challenge over 'hard Brexit' to be heard at High Court

New legal challenge over 'hard Brexit' to be heard at High Court

This case is over the UK's membership of the European Economic Area (EEA)

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

'We're in a middle of the third American revolution', says former US congressman

Donald Trump has triggered the third American revolution, former US congressman Joe Walsh tells George Galloway

'We're in a middle of the third American revolution', says former US congressman

Joe Walsh, now a popular conservative talkshow hosts, believes 'we're in for four years of protests and warfare'

Brexit: Article 50 bill to face first vote in the House of Commons

Brexit: Article 50 bill facing first vote in the House of Commons

Article 50 bill facing first vote in the House of Commons

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

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Thursday, January 26, 2017

Brexit: MP fury as withdrawal bill to be rushed through the House of Commons

Theresa May accused of 'gagging' MPs as Article 50 bill unveiled

Theresa May accused of 'gagging' MPs as Article 50 bill unveiled

The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill will allow the Government to trigger Article 50, once it becomes an act

Brexit White Paper: 'transparency puts Theresa May in a straight jacket', says professor Catherine Barnard

Brexit White Paper puts Theresa May in a straitjacket, says professor Catherine Barnard

Brexit White Paper 'puts Theresa May in a straitjacket'

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

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Brexit White Paper - What does it actually mean?

Brexit White Paper - What exactly will it contain?

Brexit White Paper - What does it actually mean?

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?

Julia Hartley-Brewer challenges Barry Gardiner over the Labour Party Brexit plans

Julia Hartley-Brewer suggests Labour is trying to 'delay and thwart' Brexit in heated debate with MP Barry Gardiner

Julia Hartley-Brewer challenges Barry Gardiner MP to reveal Labour's Brexit plan

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

Brexit: Labour threatens 'hand-to-hand combat' with Government to have final say

Brexit: Labour threatens 'hand-to-hand combat' with Government over Article 50

Labour promises 'hand-to-hand combat' over Article 50

Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry issued the warning during an interview on BBC Newsnight

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Supreme Court verdict: 'The Brexit bill will pass with a fairly sizeable majority', says Charlie Elphicke MP

MP Charlie Elphicke warns Remainers 'Brexit is happening - stop hoping it all goes wrong'

'The Brexit bill will pass with a fairly sizeable majority'

The Supreme Court ruled today that Article 50 can only be triggered after Parliament have taken a vote on the matter

Supreme Court verdict: 'If Labour MPs don't vote in favour of Brexit then the media will have a field day', says Labour Leave

Supreme Court verdict: Labour Leave boss urges Jeremy Corbyn to drag party out of Brexit 'mess'

Labour Leave boss urges Jeremy Corbyn to drag party out of Brexit 'mess'

Brendan Chilton says party must vote for Brexit - or media will have a field day

The wrong Gina Miller is bombarded with Brexit tweets

Pro-Brexit trolls bombard the wrong Gina Miller with abuse after Supreme Court verdict

Brexiteers bombard the wrong Gina Miller with abuse after Article 50 verdict

Gina Miller has been bombarded with tweets about the Supreme Court Brexit decision today, except people aren't tweeting the right Gina Miller

Supreme Court Brexit ruling 'raises fundamental issues' for Scotland, says Nicola Sturgeon

Supreme Court Brexit ruling 'raises fundamental issues' for Scotland, says Nicola Sturgeon

Nicola Sturgeon: Supreme Court ruling 'raises fundamental issues' for Scotland

The ruling said Westminster will not have to seek approval from the authorities in Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland to trigger Article 50

Labour, Liberal Democrats and the SNP call on the government after the Supreme Court Brexit decision

Supreme Court Brexit ruling: SNP, Labour promise to amend Article 50 bill while Lib Dems threaten to vote against

Labour, SNP vow to amend Brexit bill while Lib Dems threaten to vote against

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

Brexit: Government won't be constrained on bill', says Sir Bill Cash after Supreme Court ruling

Brexit challengers are wasting their time, says Sir Bill Cash after Supreme Court ruling

Government won't be constrained on triggering Article 50, says Sir Bill Cash

The Supreme Court ruled today that the Government can't trigger Article 50 without putting a bill through Parliament

Supreme Court Brexit ruling 'was always going to be a victory', says Charlie Mullins

Julia asks Brexit legal challenge donor: 'what gives you the right to buy influence?'

Julia Hartley-Brewer challenges Brexit challenge donor over Supreme Court ruling

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

BREAKING: Supreme Court rules Theresa May can't trigger Article 50 without vote

Brexit: Supreme Court rules Theresa May can't trigger Article 50 without vote

Brexit: Supreme Court rules Theresa May can't trigger Article 50 without vote

The Supreme Court delivered their verdict on the historic case today (Tuesday)

Brexit: Supreme court ruling to be announced today

Brexit: Supreme court ruling to be announced today

Brexit: Supreme court ruling to be announced today

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

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet look set to vote against Article 50

Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn's Labour shadow cabinet set for mutiny on Article 50

Brexit: Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet look set for mutiny on Article 50

A number of Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet could be set to vote against triggering Article 50 next week

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Supreme Court Brexit ruling to be revealed on Tuesday

Supreme Court Brexit ruling to be revealed on Tuesday

Supreme Court Brexit ruling to be revealed on Tuesday

Theresa May appears to have pre-empted ruling by promising MPs a vote on Brexit deal

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Thursday, January 12, 2017

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall says 'it's great to see Mark Carney and the Brexit doom-mongers eat their words'

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall says 'it's great to see Mark Carney and the Brexit doom-mongers eat their words'

It's great to see Mark Carney eating his words on Brexit, says Paul Nuttall

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

Friday, December 9, 2016

Friday, December 9, 2016

Julia Hartley-Brewer clashes with MP Angela Smith over triggering Article 50

Julia Hartley-Brewer clashes with MP Angela Smith over triggering Article 50

Julia Hartley-Brewer clashes with MP Angela Smith over triggering Article 50

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

Supreme court: 'I find it odd this has to continue' after Parliament Brexit vote, says John Redwood MP

Supreme court: 'I find it odd this has to continue' after Parliament Brexit vote, says John Redwood

Supreme court: 'I find it odd this has to continue', says John Redwood

The MP for Wokingham spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the on-going case

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Supreme Court: 'People need to stop trying to be so disingenuous and stop playing games', says MP Tim Loughton

Supreme Court: 'People need to stop playing games over Brexit', says MP Tim Loughton

'People need to stop playing games over Brexit', says MP Tim Loughton

The Supreme Court are continuing to hear the case over whether Parliament should be consulted about triggering Article 50

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Supreme court case: 'The Brexit trade deal cannot be done in time', says political editor Ian Dunt

Brexit trade deal cannot be done by end of March, says political editor Ian Dunt

'Brexit trade deal cannot be done by end of March'

The Government has agreed to publish a plan for Brexit before triggering Article 50, as the Supreme Court case drags on

Supreme Court: Government denies Brexit plans are "affront" to Parliament's sovereignty

Supreme Court: Government denies Brexit plans are 'affront' to Parliamentary sovereignty

Government denies Brexit plans are an 'affront' to Parliamentary sovereignty

The case on Brexit opened at the Supreme Court yesterday

Theresa May is seen here giving a speech in Bahrain this week

Labour motion to force Brexit plan publication 'is purely symbolic'

Labour motion to force Brexit plan publication 'is purely symbolic'

Adam Bienkov, of Business Insider, says motion to force Government to reveal Brexit strategy has no real power

'Clearly, wealthy people want to block the will of the British people' - MEP Syed Kamall blasts Gina Miller and other plaintiffs in the Supreme Court Brexit case

MEP Syed Kamall blasts 'wealthy' Brexit challengers for 'trying to block will of the people'

MEP blasts Supreme Court Brexit claimants for 'ignoring will of the people'

Kamall, the MEP for London, claimed that 'wealthy people want to block the will of the British people'

'The Supreme Court case may not make much difference to Brexit', says MP Jim Fitzpatrick

Supreme Court case unlikely to have much impact on Brexit, says Pro-Remain MP Jim Fitzpatrick

Supreme Court case unlikely to have much impact on Brexit, says Pro-Remain MP

The dispute over whether Parliament need to be consulted about triggering Article 50 is continues today in the Supreme Court

Monday, December 5, 2016

Monday, December 5, 2016

Supreme Court case: 'This is all about a lack of respect for British democracy and an attempt to prolong Brexit', says Peter Whittle

Brexit delay is incredibly condescending towards ordinary Britons, says UKIP deputy leader Peter Whittle

Brexit challenge shows lack of respect for democracy, says UKIP deputy

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

Downing Street accuses Brexit critics of trying to undermine EU negotiations

Downing Street accuses Brexit critics of trying to sabotage EU negotiations

Downing Street accuses Brexit critics of trying to sabotage EU negotiations

The Prime Minister's spokeswoman said the government was 'getting on' with Brexit, despite 'people trying to tie' their hands in negotiations

LISTEN Julia Hartley-Brewer baffled by Remain MP during Brexit Supreme Court case discussion

LISTEN Julia Hartley-Brewer baffled by Remain MP during Brexit Supreme Court case discussion

Julia baffled by Remain MP during Brexit Supreme Court case discussion

Barry Gardiner says he and other Remain MPs need 'clarity' on Brexit strategy, prompting incredulity from Julia

Brexit High Court Ruling: Government's appeal opens today in the Supreme Court

Brexit High Court Ruling: Government's Supreme Court appeal begins today

Brexit High Court Ruling: Government's Supreme Court appeal begins today

Last month, the High Court ruled Article 50 couldn't be triggered by Theresa May without Parliament's approval

Monday, November 28, 2016

Monday, November 28, 2016

Brexit High Court Ruling: Leave.EU cancels Supreme Court protest after fears extremists groups could take it over

Brexit pressure group cancels High Court protest over racist hijack fears

Brexit pressure group cancels High Court protest over racist hijack fears

The group revealed they had been 'inundated' by messages from extremist groups supporting the protest

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