Peace process agreements in Northern Ireland are not dependent on the UK remaining in the EU, the region’s attorney general has said.
Discussions between the UK and European Union will not take place this weekend as anticipated as Brussels dealt a heavy blow to Boris Johnson’s new Brexit proposals.
Brexit has lit the fuse on a stick of dynamite under the Good Friday Agreement, Appeal Court judges in Belfast have been told.
Apple has introduced a feature to its mobile payment system allowing London commuters to travel more seamlessly without needing to prepare their device.
As the Supreme Court is about to rule on legal challenges to Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to prorogue Parliament, here is a look at the key players in the case before the UK’s highest court.
Boris Johnson has insisted that he will not delay Brexit, despite his lawyers saying he will comply with a law calling for the October 31 exit date to be postponed if there is no deal.
Several General Election campaign events have been cancelled after a terrorist killed two people in a knife rampage in central London.
Scientific testing showed that blood found on the fridge in the apartment of a man accused of murdering British backpacker Grace Millane was 500,000 million times more likely to belong to her than anyone else, a New Zealand court heard.
An epic court battle against Uber took another twist as the car-sharing giant came a step closer to being liable for a potential £1.5 billion in unpaid VAT.
Courts should not be invited to intervene in high-level political negotiations on Brexit, a judge has been told.