After five years and two defeats, Nicola Stocker’s legal win marks a new chapter for her and other domestic abuse survivors.
How could Sir Philip Green be named in parliament as the person at the centre of harassment and abuse allegations when his identity was protected by a court injunction?
Sylvia Pankhurst, one of Britain’s most famous suffragettes, is propped up in bed with her plaited pigtails falling onto her slumped shoulders.
The government has banned the term ‘fake news’ from official papers and policy documents. Here’s why it’s important.
Government plans for court modernisation, include the development of fully-video hearings, where all parties join via electronic links and no one is in a courtroom. Why are trial-by-video link being proposed and what are the pros and cons of the plans?
Today, 6 March 2018, marks 100 years since the day that women in the UK first gained the right to vote. The Representation of the People Act finally allowed some women to exercise their voting rights.
By April 2018, all online pornographic content in the UK will be controlled by mandatory age-verification controls under the Digital Economy Act.