Cancer patient's last letter slams British law which prevented her from dying in the country of her birth
Eighteen years after a black teenager was stabbed to death, two men are on trial for murder
An inquiry into the behaviour of the media has begun, and Twitter could prove the star attraction
Time and motion expert cleared of voyeurism after explaining why he filmed himself and his girlfriend
We may not know the truth about Murdoch but MPs mislead the public all the time
'You must be the first Mafia boss in history who didn't know he was running a criminal enterprise'
Why MPs are campaigning for reform of a law that fast-tracks the extradition of Britons to EU countries
WikiLeaks boss could take case to Supreme Court if he can prove it is of 'public importance'
News International execs were warned by counsel about phone hacking culture in June 2008
There was a time when animals did have rights – they even came to court dressed in human clothes
Animal rights group uses anti slavery law in bid to take on SeaWorld marine parks
Allegations that police spy gave false name to court may force a rethink of watchdog’s recommendations
Jurors hear of Vincent
Tabak’s trip to Asda with
Jo’s body in his car boot
Orca whales 'in the wild' do not attack humans. But in aquariums, it is more common than we think