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MI6 spies tried to interfere in ‘licence to kill’ case
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MI6 spies tried to interfere in ‘licence to kill’ case

Intelligence agency was forced to apologise for ‘any misunderstanding’, court documents show
28 Jul 2020
Why everybody’s talking about Labour anti-Semitism trial
Jeremy Corbyn
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Why everybody’s talking about Labour anti-Semitism trial

Keir Starmer facing down party’s Corbynite wing in battle over Panorama documentary
23 Jul 2020
Rebekah Vardy suing Coleen Rooney over newspaper leak claims
Rebekah Vardy
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Rebekah Vardy suing Coleen Rooney over newspaper leak claims

Footballers’ wives preparing for High Court clash as £1m defamation lawsuit kicks off
24 Jun 2020
Harry Dunn family lose bid to see UK-US ‘secret pact’
Harry Dunn
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Harry Dunn family lose bid to see UK-US ‘secret pact’

High Court says Foreign Office does not have to reveal details of immunity deal that let Anne Sacoolas flee
19 Jun 2020
McMafia case: Zamira Hajiyeva spent £16m Harrods
Harrods
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McMafia case: Zamira Hajiyeva spent £16m Harrods

Court documents show jailed Azerbaijani banker’s wife spent £600,000 in a single day
29 May 2019
John Worboys release quashed as Parole Board head resigns
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John Worboys release quashed as Parole Board head resigns

Nick Hardwick quits after High Court overturns release of black cab rapist
28 Mar 2018
Landmark case ‘could decriminalise UK street prostitution
Could prostitution soon be effectively decriminalised?
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Landmark case ‘could decriminalise UK street prostitution

Law that currently treats prostitutes as perpetrators rather than victims ‘in breach of Modern Slavery Act’
18 Jan 2018

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What are IPPs and why are they in the news?
Prison
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What are IPPs and why are they in the news?

Indeterminate sentences were abolished in 2012 but ‘Kafka-esque’ detentions continue
5 Jan 2018
Mother wins judicial review of police over teen sexting
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Mother wins judicial review of police over teen sexting

Underage sex texting cases has soared to 6,238 offences a year in England and Wales
10 Nov 2017
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