From today, drivers and passengers caught lighting up with children in the car face a £50 fine
Guilty verdict shows that gender identity is a legal and ethical minefield when it comes to sex
New bill could have allowed patients to end their own lives if they were terminally ill
Could the rapid growth in Artificial Intelligence put skilled jobs in jeopardy?
New legislation targets ultra-nationalist groups who revere WWII far-right paramilitaries
Trials face delay as solicitors go on strike over latest cuts to legal aid payments
The Court has ruled that all states must issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples
'I thought it was worth a try,' said German student hoping for sneak peek at his upcoming test papers
Controversial debate reignited over whether smacking constitutes reasonable punishment or child abuse
Several Muslim countries and almost half of all US states still consider adultery a criminal offence
Abusive pasts of over 1,300 violent partners revealed under Clare's law – but is the law being applied fairly?
Thailand to recognise a third gender, as attitudes towards transgender and intersex people slowly shift
MP joins calls to extend anonymity to rape suspects, but campaigners say it will put women in danger
The decision not to indict two police officers has prompted widespread criticism of the grand jury system
New draft guidelines in US say male circumcision significantly reduces risk of HIV and other STDs
Businessman Daniel Hegglin settles with Google over untrue posts labelling him a murderer and a paedophile
Police give schools and shoppers terrorism advice amid concerns over possible 'lone wolf' attack
Man who allegedly received terrorist training in Yemen claims he has been illegally made 'stateless'
Downing Street welcomes European Court of Justice decision on Romanian woman living in Germany
Pets could be confiscated under a tough new law to combat the 'invasion' of Western culture