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UK court says Brexit needs parliament's approval, complicates govt plans

UK court says Brexit needs parliament's approval, complicates govt plans

The government said it would appeal against the High Court ruling and Britain's Supreme Court is expected to consider the case early next month. 

Pakistani-origin undercover reporter in prison for misleading UK court

A Pakistani-origin undercover reporter, who became infamous as the 'Fake?Sheikh' after posing as a Saudi millionaire for a series of sting operations over the years, on Friday was sentenced to 15 months in prison for tampering with court evidence.

Hyderabad Fund case: UK court rejects India's plea to dismiss Pak's claim

A UK court on Tuesday rejected India's plea to dismiss Pakistan's claim to the nearly Rs 350 crore under the Hyderabad Fund case, pushing the matter for a full trial.

Indian-origin rapist jailed for 23 years in UK

The sentencing ends an over two-year police investigation into a case which Scotland Yard detectives described as "completely unique". 

UK court says politicians don't have protection from snooping

A British court has ruled that lawmakers do not have special protection from communications-monitoring, saying a 50-year-old rule against phone tapping has no legal force.

UK court orders ex-mafia boss extradited to Italy

A British court on Friday ordered the extradition to Italy of a former Sicilian mafia boss who has lived under a pseudonym in a London suburb for 20 years.

UK court jails woman who promoted jihad on social media

A British mother of six who hoped one of her sons would become a jihadist was on Wednesday jailed for five years and three months after she used social media to encourage acts of terror in Syria.

UK court finds drinking while pregnant is not a crime

 A British court on Thursday ruled that heavy drinking during pregnancy should not be considered a "crime of violence" against the child in a case that had raised concerns about criminalising mothers.

UK court clears stringent new visa rules for foreign spouses

The UK Court of Appeal has cleared the way for a minimum income threshold of 18,600 pounds for British citizens bringing foreign spouses to live with them in the country, a move likely to affect thousands of visa applicants, including Indian-origin people.

UK court clears stringent new visa rules for foreign spouses

The UK Court of Appeal has cleared the way for a minimum income threshold of 18,600 pounds for British citizens bringing foreign spouses to live with them in the country, a move likely to affect thousands of visa applicants, including Indian-origin people.

Kate Middleton`s phone hacked 155 times, UK court told

Britain`s royal family had their phone messages hacked several times, with Kate Middleton leading the list at 155 times, a court was told during the ongoing phone-hacking trial here today.

Australian entertainer Harris in UK court ahead of trial

Rolf Harris, the veteran Australian artist and entertainer, arrived at a London court on Tuesday ahead of his trial for a string of alleged indecent assaults.

UK court rejects CBI`s demand for Shankaran`s extradition

In a major blow to India`s bid for the extradition of Ravi Shankaran, key accused in the infamous Naval War Room leak case, a top British court has rejected the demand and ordered the CBI to pay over Rs one crore to him as legal costs.

Anni Dewani murder: UK court reopens honeymoon killing suspect case

The trial of a British man suspected of plotting the slaying of his wife on their honeymoon in South Africa faced another delay on Tuesday after a court granted the suspect the right to a new challenge against his extradition.

Sentencing in Brar attack case fixed for December

Three Sikh men and a woman convicted of carrying out a life-threatening attack on Lt Gen (retd) K S Brar, the hero of the 1984 Operation Blue Star, will be sentenced on December 10, a UK court ruled on Monday.

Two brothers from Pak in UK court on Syria terror camp charges

Two brothers, believed to be of Pakistani origin, on Monday appeared in a court here on charges of conspiring to attend a terrorism training camp in strife-torn Syria.

Abu Qatada refused bail by UK court

Abu Qatada, often referred to as Osama bin Laden`s point man in Europe, was refused bail on Monday by a British judge, who ruled that the radical Muslim cleric remained a threat to the national security of the UK.

UK court asks Assange backers to pay up bail sureties

Westminster Chief Magistrate Howard Riddle said that 9 people who put up bail sureties for Julian Assange must pay a total of 93,500 pounds by Nov 6.

Kenyan torture victims can sue: UK court

The High Court ruled on Friday that three elderly Kenyans tortured during a rebellion against British colonial rule can proceed with compensation claims against the UK government

Shrien Dewani’s ‘bruised mental state’ sees improvement

Shrien Dewani, who is wanted in South Africa for the honeymoon murder of his wife Anni, is set to apply for being treated in an open NHS rehabilitation ward.