Anger on Indian streets as 'unexpected' Supreme court decision reinstates 153-year-old law
Former lord chief justice supports right of UK to defy European court on issues such as jail votes
Attorney General will issue advice to prevent social media users committing contempt of court
Only one man will be allowed to control filming from a work station that 'looks like a tea trolley'
Both government and Cait Reilly claim victory after Supreme Court deems scheme 'legally flawed'
'Tough' new laws would make it harder for illegal immigrants to live, drive and bank in the UK
Firms such as Wonga will have to carry out affordability checks or face unlimited fines
Ministry of Justice has no plans to grant sexual offence suspects anonymity until convicted
CPS accused of putting doctors 'above the law' when it comes to sex-selection abortions
Outcry as paedophile gets suspended jail term after prosecutor says victim 'sexually experienced'
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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