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Aderonke Apata, 47, who came to Britain in 2004, is challenging the government's decision not to grant her asylum and fears that deportation to Africa would threaten her safety. Yesterday she...
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2015/03/04 04:27
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Australian court backs finding radio royal prank call broke law SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's High Court on Wednesday backed the broadcasting watchdog's finding that an Australian radio station...
2015/03/01 15:42
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LONDON — Sergei Pugachyov, a Russian tycoon once dubbed "the cashier to the Kremlin," must disclose further information about the trusts he uses to bolster his income, a London Court of Appeal judge...
2015/02/27 15:01
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A highly successful businessman from the United States "not willing to pay a penny" in a multimillion-pound divorce battle has been told by a judge: "I am not sure you and I are on the same...
2015/02/27 14:09
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He added: "The disadvantages of Skype - as any user will know - are all too often the lack of clarity of image, the sound delay even if short and, as counsel colourfully notes in her closing...
2015/02/23 13:28
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The Royal Bank of Scotland is tipped to deliver its response to the £4bn shareholder group lawsuit, which was launched in April this year, over allegations that the bank did not fully disclose its...
2015/02/19 14:01
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A one-year-old girl whose life support was withdrawn after a long court battle to save her life has died in her parents' arms. Maria Stanca said her daughter Olivia, whose first birthday was on...
2015/02/18 21:14
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Last updated at 20:56, Wednesday, 18 February 2015 Little Ayla Ellison lives in constant agony after medical blunders at Furness General in 2007. Ayla Ellison, 8, from Ulverston, has to be fed...
2015/02/16 00:27
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Leeds United's former technical director has brought a High Court damages claim over his dismissal for sending an email containing "obscene" images of naked women in the shower. Gwyn Williams, 66,...
2015/02/12 12:42
2015/02/12 12:42
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A legal battle is being fought to give prisoners the right to report unauthorised smoking in jail - including by prison staff - via a confidential health hotline. Paul Black, an inmate at HMP Wymott...
2015/02/10 15:53
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A FOOTBALL coach is seeking damages after he was sacked for sending an email containing "obscene" images of naked women in the shower to Sunderland boss Gus Poyet. Gwyn Williams, former technical...
2015/02/07 07:43
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A BIKER left with "very severe" brain injuries after a collision has won a compensation payout likely to be worth more than £10 million. Marcel Beasley, from Nottingham, is now wheelchair-dependent...
2015/02/04 14:17
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BEST-SELLING author Jeffrey Archer, his wife Mary and their son James have settled their phone-hacking claims against Rupert Murdoch's News Group Newspapers. ARCHER, his scientist wife and...
2015/02/02 22:26
2015/02/02 22:26
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Alexander Litvinenko inquiry: Former Russian spy believed Vladimir Putin linked to organised crime, widow says The widow of former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko has told an inquiry into his...
2015/02/02 18:27
2015/02/02 18:27
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By Michael Holden LONDON (Reuters) - Alexander Litvinenko, a former Russian agent killed with polonium in London, believed Vladimir Putin lacked the mettle to stamp out corruption inside Russia's...
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