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Google facing US legal action from angry parents
Internet search giant Google is facing legal action in the United States from parents who are angry that children have been able to make purchases using games without obtaining their permission, reports the BBC. A mother from New York is...
Colorado State makes $2m in one month from legalised cannabis
The US state of Colorado has revealed that they have recouped $2m in the first month since the state legislature legalised the sale of cannabis, reports The Telegraph. The state has revealed that although the revenues were less than they...
Scottish expats to launch legal action for vote
Scottish citizens living outside of Scotland are to launch a legal action in order to secure a vote in the forthcoming referendum on Scottish independence, encouraged by an EU legal expert who believes denying them a vote would be illegal,...
Unionists call for emergency law on legal highs
The Democratic Unionist Party in Northern Ireland yesterday called on the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont to introduce emergency legislation to ban legal highs, reports the BBC. The sale of legal highs has been on the political agenda in a...
Lawyers stage second mass walkout over legal aid cuts
Lawyers around the UK staged their second walk-out in 2014 in protest at the proposed government cuts to legal aid services, reports the BBC. The Government is continuing with plans to cut a further £220m from the annual legal aid...
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Widow wins legal fight to have baby of deceased husband
A widow yesterday won a lengthy court battle to ensure that the sperm of her deceased husband will remain frozen to allow her time to decide if she wishes to conceive his child, reports the BBC. Beth Warren's husband, Warren...
Do-it-yourself surrogacy agreements criticised by judges
A judge has warned against illegal informal surrogacy agreements between friends, after hearing a case in which such an agreement has ended in disaster. The High Court heard how a woman had come to an agreement with a friend to...
Civil partnership to same-sex marriage conversion edges closer
The conversion of civil partnerships to same-sex marriages took a significant step forward last week, marking a huge boost to same-sex couples. The news came following a speech by Helen Grant, the Equalities Minister, to a House of Commons committee,...
Leading politician signals 'all-women shortlists' could be phased in
Coalition Business Secretary Vince Cable has suggested that the Government consider recommendations that would see a new law permitting all-women shortlists for top jobs introduced to address boardroom inequality. Mr Cable said that women-only shortlists are being considered as a...
Devolution: Silk Commission recommends more power for Wales
The Silk Commission has ruled that the Welsh Assembly should be given more powers over youth justice and policing as part of the ongoing devolutionary process, reports the BBC. The Commission, chaired by Paul Silk, a former clerk to the...
Online currency: UK law firm signals major legal action against MtGox owner
A UK law firm has announced that it has 'hundreds' of clients looking to join a law suit against MtGox, a Japanese online currency exchange, which defaulted after losing more than $500m of the online currency BitCoin. BitCoin values have...
Millionaire in legal battle over car number plate
The AutoTrader tycoon Sir John Madejski has launched a legal battle to retrieve a personal number plate accidentally sold in 2010 with a previous car, reports GetReading. The former owner of Reading Football Club, Sir John Madejski, made his fortune...
MPs call for legalisation of prostitution
A group of MPs and peers have called for the Government to soften the laws on prostitution to decriminalise the victims of the sex trade, whilst toughening punishments for pimps, reports The Independent. The recommendations are the result of a...
Researchers from Glasgow see stopped benefit claims on the rise
Researchers from Glasgow University have revealed that the number of people in Wales who have had their benefits stopped has almost tripled in the past ten years, something they claim may be due to poor assessment of entitlement, reports the...
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