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2015/08/02 18:50
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LONDON British mining company (VED.L) faces legal action in London's High Court after a group of Zambian villagers said their water source and farmland was polluted by the firm's copper mining...
2015/08/02 18:50
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2015/07/31 18:24
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BT (NYSE: BT) and ASSIA, a provider of software solutions that enable telcos to increase the rate and reach of broadband services they deliver over their existing copper networks, have agreed to...
2015/07/31 14:47
2015/07/31 14:47
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Property tycoon Safa Abdulla Al Geabury was counter-suing the Ritz Club casino for £5.4 million to cover previous losses he argued should have been prevented. Today at the High Court, Mr Al Geabury...
2015/07/31 08:21
2015/07/31 08:21
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Payout for my fall won't cost friends one penny, says blind adventurer Mark Pollock Blind adventurer Mark Pollock, originally from Holywood, Co Down, was staying with friend Enda Cahill when the...
2015/07/28 16:47
2015/07/28 16:47
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A radical plan to let MPs work part-time and 'share' their job with another person has been ditched by a High Court judge. But it would also leave huge questions over how the MPs would use their one...
2015/07/28 13:21
2015/07/28 13:21
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Divorced 63-year-old man sues Airbnb for cancelling his membership after complaint from woman visitor who had given him a 'long massage' Mark Howell 'removed' from site when guest complained about...
2015/07/28 09:10
2015/07/28 09:10
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BATTLE: Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool boss, is reportedly in a divorce battle with his estranged wife over their housing empire Susan Rodgers, 40, is also reportedly seeking a share of his future...
2015/07/27 20:30
2015/07/27 20:30
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Newlyweds Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have launched legal action against editors at Britain's Daily Mail newspaper over pictures they published of their baby daughter Wyatt. The couple has filed...
2015/07/27 15:23
2015/07/27 15:23
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A blind man from Henley is suing his friends after a fall from a window at their house left him paralysed and needing constant care. The 39-year-old man from Henley was staying with the Cahills, who...
2015/07/24 14:21
2015/07/24 14:21
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Blind adventurer Mark Pollock's paralysing fall from window was a 'freak' accident, court hears The Commonwealth Games medal winner and extreme adventurer was left in a wheelchair after the...
2015/07/22 17:50
2015/07/22 17:50
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Signs are seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London October 28, 2014. LONDON Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L) must release details of legal advice it received in the run-up to its takeover...
2015/07/20 13:49
2015/07/20 13:49
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A fresh inquest has been ordered into the death of a British holidaymaker in Dubai four years ago. Lord Justice Bean and Chief Coroner Judge Peter Thornton said that it was necessary and desirable in...
2015/07/17 11:50
2015/07/17 11:50
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A magnifying glass is held in front of a computer screen in this picture illustration taken in Berlin May 21, 2013. LONDON Britain has been given nine months to produce new surveillance legislation...
2015/07/13 00:16
2015/07/13 00:16
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A High Court judge will rule today on a contract dispute between one of the country's largest supermarket chains and a football club over "an old-fashioned and rather dilapidated sports ground". The...
2015/07/10 13:51
2015/07/10 13:51
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Comic Freddie Starr faces ruin after he LOSES £300k case against woman he groped VETERAN comic Freddie Starr is facing financial ruin after a court today dismissed his bid to silence a woman's claims...
2015/07/10 07:48
2015/07/10 07:48
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BRITS FLEE TUNISIA AFTER WARNING Thousands of British holidaymakers and staff are being evacuated from Tunisia after the Government urged them to leave immediately amid fears of another terror...
2015/07/09 19:57
2015/07/09 19:57
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NEW YORK: Citigroup Inc has been ordered to pay Swiss-based commodities merchant Mercuria almost US$14 million as part of prolonged legal wrangling over Chinese metals financing deals hit by suspected...
2015/07/08 07:21
2015/07/08 07:21
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Ruling due on interpreters scheme The ruling on the interpreters challenge to the assistance scheme is due at the High Court in London Former interpreters who risked their lives working for the...
2015/07/03 13:52
2015/07/03 13:52
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Rodney police marksman loses shooting bid He asked two judges for permission to seek judicial review of conclusions reached by the inquiry chairman, Sir Christopher Holland, that Mr Rodney was...
2015/07/03 06:53
2015/07/03 06:53
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He refused to give the carcass a health stamp and certified it unfit for human consumption. The bull's owner, Cleveland Meat Company Limited, was furious when the valuable beast had to be consigned...
2015/08/02 18:50
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