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A new government paper does not rule out a post-Brexit role for the court in settling disputes.
Charlie Alliston was cleared of manslaughter but found guilty of "wanton and furious driving".
A Finnish academic, who has the right to live in the UK, was told she had a month to get out.
The US president's message drew a sharp contrast with his campaign-style rally the night before.
The judge called for a review of Manchester Airport security "at the highest level" after the incident.
Wayne Rooney has retired from England duty after 53 goals in 119 games, but how will history judge his international career?
Hillary Clinton says she wishes she had told Donald Trump "back up you creep" during their debates.
The feud between the Birmingham rivals has plagued the streets with murders, shootings and stabbings.
A Labour MP faces a backlash after saying the move could create "safe spaces" on public transport.
Jonathan Head faced up to five years in jail if he had been convicted of criminal defamation.
Ambulance driver Toby Robyns was held at Bodrum airport as he prepared to fly home with his family.
The UK foreign secretary pledges £9m to tackle people trafficking and terrorism during a visit.
The storm has uprooted trees and forced most businesses to close.
As hospital admissions for allergies rise, what should people reasonably do to protect sufferers?
The KLF make a comeback 23 years after they burned £1m royalties from their hit singles.