The European Court will be asked if the UK can unilaterally revoke its Article 50 request to leave the European Union, following a “bombshell” ruling from Scotland’s highest court.
The European Union has ruled that Luxembourg did not give McDonald’s a special tax deal and that the non-taxation of some of its profits did not amount to illegal state aid.
All Natalie Weiner wanted to do was to create an account with a website, like any other person can without facing difficulty.
A tax for online retailers, the Boris Johnson burka row and Turkey’s plunging lira make for headlines on Saturday.
The family of murdered police officer Keith Palmer have made an 11th hour bid to halt an inquest into his death after being refused legal aid.
The glitz and glamour that the England squad’s wives and girlfriends brought to World Cups past may not be as evident in Russia with the Wags including childhood sweethearts and soon-to-be mothers.
The UK’s highest court is to rule on the case of a heterosexual couple who want the right to have a civil partnership.
A heterosexual couple fighting a law which prevents them entering into a civil partnership have called on the Government to “act with urgency” after winning a legal battle at the UK’s highest court.
The 12 rescued Thai footballers and their 25-year old coach have shared the drama of being trapped for almost three weeks in a flooded cave during a public exhibition in one of Bangkok’s largest malls.
The World Anti-Doping Agency’s decision to reinstate the Russian Anti-Doping Agency is a triumph for money over clean sport, according to the agency’s former director general.