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2014/10/20 12:08
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The husband of X Factor judge Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has accepted substantial undisclosed privacy damages over a "very upsetting" magazine article about his family life. Businessman Jean Bernard...
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2014/10/20 08:18
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Las Vegas may be the best place for marriage but London is known as the divorce capital of the world, boosted by a ruling Friday on a Malaysian beauty queen's bid for a big money split from her tycoon...
2014/10/18 21:23
2014/10/18 21:23
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Brendon McCcullum: 'I'm prepared to do my duty.' Cairns will face a perjury charge in London in October next year. He's accused of lying during his successful libel trial in 2012, when he sued Lalit...
2014/10/18 01:37
2014/10/18 01:37
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For richer, for poorer: London reigns as world divorce capital Published: 18 October 2014 People shelter under umbrellas as they walk along the Millennium footbridge towards St Paul's Cathedral in...
2014/10/16 22:23
2014/10/16 22:23
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Chris Cairns leaves Southwark crown court in London. REUTERS/Neil Hall The all-rounder's case is likely to be sent to London's High Court, where Cairns is accused of lying in his libel case against...
2014/10/16 19:05
2014/10/16 19:05
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British actor and comedian David Walliams has settled his phone-hacking damages claim. Walliams, who is best known for the sketch show Little Britain, accepted substantial undisclosed damages and his...
2014/10/14 18:16
2014/10/14 18:16
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The family of Mark Duggan, whose fatal shooting by a police marksman sparked nationwide riots, is planning further legal action after losing a High Court battle over an inquest finding that he was...
2014/10/13 13:54
2014/10/13 13:54
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Last updated at 14:36, Monday, 13 October 2014 An 81-year-old woman, who worked at telephone exchanges in Cumbria, blames asbestos for her incurable cancer and is suing the Royal Mail Group for...
2014/10/09 02:53
2014/10/09 02:53
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The Badger Trust is going to the Court of Appeal in its battle over the legality of the latest badger culls. The challenge arises from the Government's decision to sanction a second year of...
2014/10/08 15:40
2014/10/08 15:40
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London - Goldman Sachs has been ordered to pay the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) 200,000 pounds (R3.6 million) in legal costs as part of a lawsuit brought by the fund over $1 billion in trades...
2014/10/08 13:08
2014/10/08 13:08
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A seven-year-old boy who was born too early after his mother was fitted with a contraceptive device while she was pregnant has been awarded £2.25 million damages. Cian Bowen suffered brain damage...
2014/10/08 11:56
2014/10/08 11:56
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Overnight Media Digest * U.S. stocks tumbled on escalating concerns about global growth prospects, especially in Europe, as new data showed deepening stresses in the continent's economy and remarks...
2014/10/07 20:27
2014/10/07 20:27
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Goldman Sachs ordered to pay Libyan fund's legal costs LONDON (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs has been ordered to pay the Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) 200,000 pounds ($321,820) in legal costs as part...
2014/10/03 11:53
2014/10/03 11:53
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A WOMAN who claimed Simon Cowell backed her fight to stop the repossession of her animal sanctuary home has had her latest legal attack thrown out by a top judge. Paula Campbell - who earlier this...
2014/10/01 16:55
2014/10/01 16:55
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West Bromwich East MP Tom Watson has accepted substantial undisclosed libel damages over false claims that he was part of a smear campaign against the Conservatives. The Labour MP, who has...
2014/09/30 14:50
2014/09/30 14:50
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Investors join forces to sue Lloyds over HBOS deal LONDON (Reuters) - Investors are joining forces to sue Britain's biggest retail bank Lloyds and five former executives, alleging they were misled...
2014/09/25 21:47
2014/09/25 21:47
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An off-duty police officer tried to get her hands on CCTV footage of an alleged street bust-up involving Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard for “criminal purposes”, a court was told. Helen Jones, 31,...
2014/09/24 11:24
2014/09/24 11:24
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Christine Reaney was 61 and still enjoying an active life, including regularly walking her dog on the common near her Burntwood home, before developing myelitis, a very unusual inflammation of the...
2014/09/19 05:43
2014/09/19 05:43
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The move came after the veteran Portsmouth South MP, who had already been suspended by the party, was forced publicly to apologise to a vulnerable woman constituent for making improper sexual...
2014/10/20 12:08
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