Motoring groups condemn the 'draconian' fourfold increase as magistrates are set to get more powers
Sharia law's critics say it discriminates against women, but supporters claim it poses no threat to British justice
High-quality radio could 'shrivel' if TV licence fee evasion is decriminalised, warn commentators
More criminals will walk free from court if legal aid fees are cut, claim protesting barristers
Sentencing for Lee Rigby killers can go ahead as Court of Appeal upholds ‘life means life’ terms
Government hopes new anti-slavery bill will help target trafficking gangs, but is it enough?
'This is how we live' - William James says 'hundreds' of people in London are eating food from bins
Lawyers argued man would face persecution for renouncing his faith if he returned to his homeland
Arrest of man who ran US revenge porn website is significant, but UK has yet to outlaw the practice
Anger on Indian streets as 'unexpected' Supreme court decision reinstates 153-year-old law
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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