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Former international players launch concussion legal action against RFL

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A group of former international rugby league players have formally announced their intention to bring legal action against the Rugby Football League, claiming the governing body failed to protect them from the risks o...

Anoosheh Ashoori told he has lost legal bid for Tehran jail release

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Anoosheh Ashoori, the British-Iranian dual national held in Evin prison in Tehran for more than four years, has had his request for conditional release and an appeal against his 10-year sentence thrown out. Ashoori wa...

Alta Fixsler, toddler at centre of parents’ legal battle, dies in hospice

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A two-year-old girl whose parents fought a legal battle over her medical treatment has died after being taken off life support. Alta Fixsler, who suffered a serious brain injury at birth, died at a Manchester hospice ...

Labour spending more on legal battles than campaigning, say sources

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Labour is spending significantly more of its cash on fighting its legal battles than on political campaigning, sources have told the Guardian, after lawyers for the party opened a new front in the party’s legal turmoi...

Harvey Weinstein PA says abusers still have the legal power to silence victims

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In the weeks after she first broke her non-disclosure agreement, Zelda Perkins, Harvey Weinstein’s former personal assistant, felt dizzy with optimism. After an appearance on Newsnight in 2017, in which she spoke publ...

Ex-Uber driver takes legal action over ‘racist’ face-recognition software

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An Uber driver who lost his job when automated face-scanning software failed to recognise him is accusing the firm of indirect race discrimination in a legal test case. The black driver, who worked on the Uber platfor...

New Zealand makes plotting a terrorist attack a crime, fixing legal loophole

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New Zealand has passed a law that makes plotting a terrorist attack a crime, fixing a legal loophole that was exposed earlier this month by a violent knife attack. The new law had been months in the planning but was h...

Windrush victims launch legal action over compensation delays

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Two victims of the Windrush scandal have launched legal proceedings against the Home Office over protracted delays in issuing compensation, asking for clarity on how claims can be expedited. Both Henry Vaughan, 67, un...

Legal challenge launched over ‘anti-woke’ agenda of Charity Commission

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A legal challenge has been launched over the government’s apparent attempt to force the charities’ watchdog to pursue a regulatory agenda against good causes that ministers believe stray into “woke” and “political” ac...

Father who fought legal battle over son’s death in Barrymore pool dies aged 76

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A father who waged a 20-year campaign for the truth behind the death of his son in the swimming pool of the entertainer Michael Barrymore has died. Terry Lubbock, 76, who was diagnosed earlier this year with cancer, m...

‘Cruel’ legal change affects children in care

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The existence of adult social care waiting lists is deeply shocking (Quasi 300,000 on adult social care ‘waiting lists’ in England, 8 settembre). Children’s social care has also taken a terrible turn this week. New l...

Judgment day for Afghanistan: the ‘raw’ legal drama trying Britain for war crimes

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Twenty years after the start of the coalition invasion of Afghanistan, the chaos of the withdrawal has prompted calls from cross-party politicians for an independent inquiry to take a cold, strategic look at what went...

Texas now has abortion ‘bounty hunters’: Sotomayor’s scathing legal dissent

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The court’s order is stunning. Presented with an application to enjoin a flagrantly unconstitutional law engineered to prohibit women from exercising their constitutional rights and evade judicial scrutiny, a majority...

Scottish minister’s wife pursues legal action against Dundee nursery

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Court action is proceeding against a Dundee nursery over claims it discriminated against the wife and daughter of the Scottish government’s health secretary. Humza Yousaf, who is Muslim, e sua moglie, Nadia El-Nakla, ...

Final legal effort to save Geronimo the alpaca thrown out by judge

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A last-ditch legal attempt to save Geronimo the alpaca has been rejected by a high court judge. A “human shield” of supporters and newspaper reporters remains around his pen at a south Gloucestershire farm, but the go...

Humza Yousaf launches legal action against Dundee nursery ‘discrimination’

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The Scottish government’s health secretary and his wife have initiated legal proceedings against a nursery near Dundee which they claim discriminated against their two-year-old daughter. Humza Yousaf, one of Scotland’...

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