Revenge porn: ministers 'open to new laws'

One-Minute Read Wed 2 Jul, AT 13:00

Campaigners say new legislation is needed to protect victims of revenge porn

Hobby Lobby: the Supreme Court ruling that is dividing the US

Briefing Tue 1 Jul, AT 16:07

As corporations are given the right to religious freedom, Obama argues it 'jeopardises' women's health

London's Old Bailey

Secret trial blocked by Court of Appeal

Briefing Thu 12 Jun, AT 10:38

'Core' of terror trial will be secret, but media and public will have access to most proceedings

Motorway

Maximum motorway speeding fines set to soar to £10,000

One-Minute Read Tue 10 Jun, AT 09:30

Motoring groups condemn the 'draconian' fourfold increase as magistrates are set to get more powers

Old Bailey

Is Sharia law creating a 'parallel UK legal system'?

Briefing Wed 26 Mar, AT 11:53

Sharia law's critics say it discriminates against women, but supporters claim it poses no threat to British justice

TV licence: MPs should 'tread cautiously' over BBC's future

Talking Point Tue 25 Mar, AT 15:15

High-quality radio could 'shrivel' if TV licence fee evasion is decriminalised, warn commentators

Legal aid cuts: why lawyers are walking out

Briefing Fri 7 Mar, AT 12:19

More criminals will walk free from court if legal aid fees are cut, claim protesting barristers

Whole-life prison tariffs upheld for most brutal murderers

One-Minute Read Tue 18 Feb, AT 13:48

Sentencing for Lee Rigby killers can go ahead as Court of Appeal upholds ‘life means life’ terms

Sex abuse trafficking: number of UK child victims doubles

Briefing Tue 18 Feb, AT 10:00

Government hopes new anti-slavery bill will help target trafficking gangs, but is it enough?

Skip raider says he will 'do it again' after CPS drops charges

One-Minute Read Thu 30 Jan, AT 10:30

'This is how we live' - William James says 'hundreds' of people in London are eating food from bins

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