No-fault divorce, or no reason at all – how a revolution in divorce law has come about.
Gareth Lee outside the Supreme Court in London, as five justices at the UK’s highest court unanimously ruled that the Christian owners of a bakery did not discriminate against the gay rights activist on the ground of sexual orientation.
What a cake can tell us about the law's view of homosexuality, religion, freedom of expression and the value of civic equality
Tini Owens: refused a ‘no fault’ divorce.
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The Supreme Court ruled that a British couple must stay married until 2020 because there was no 'fault' in their marriage.
Howdy, partner: Rebecca Steinfeld (C) and Charles Keidan (L).
Civil partnerships were introduced as a quick-fix device for a minority group. Instead, they ended up forcing heterosexuals to campaign for the same rights as LGBTQ+ people.
The Supreme Court judges as of October 2017.
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There are still far too few female, black, Asian and minority ethnic judges.
Courts for all.
Free access to the legal system is a right that needs to be protected.
Scottish first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has called the Brexit legislation a ‘naked power grab’.
We asked two constitutional law experts to explain what would happen if Edinburgh and Cardiff refuse to give legislative consent to a bill.
Charities' victory in inheritance case a relief for legacy fundraisers, but raises wider questions about individuals' motives.
Do people have an obligation to leave their money to estranged family members?
England and Wales’ most senior justices at the opening of the Supreme Court in 2009.
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At least half of the UK's Supreme Court will retire in the next two years, presenting a prime opportunity for a more representative judiciary.
The government’s plan for Brexit revealed?
The government has set out its thinking on Brexit. So what have we learned?
Gina Miller, whose challenge against the government has gone to the Supreme Court.
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Great expectations or much ado about nothing?
The Libyan rebel leader Abdel Hakim Belhaj who has won the right to sue former British foreign secretary Jack Straw.
Three key rulings by the UK Supreme Court and their legal implications.
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Under the Tudors, parliamentary sovereignty became paramount.
The biggest case in supreme court history.
Explaining the key arguments in this landmark case.
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The court has a big constitutional decision to make in the appeal over who can trigger Article 50. But it may not be properly equipped to make it for the whole of the UK.
Will MPs get a vote on triggering Article 50?
The legal challenge over parliament's role in trigging the Article 50 process is misplaced.
The Supreme Court ruled Charles Sharland’s divorce settlement could be revisited after he lied about his assets.
Spouses can no longer get away with lying about their assets in divorce cases.
Should the police be immune from legal action for negligence?
The UK Supreme Court has ruled in favour of the police in a case that questioned whether they should be liable for negligence after failing to prevent the murder of a woman in Wales in 2009. The court…
The UK Supreme Court has ruled in favour of extraditing Julian Assange.
Julian Assange’s legal battle has taken a new direction overnight, with the UK Supreme Court ruling in favour of his extradition to Sweden following the issue of a European arrest warrant in November 2010…