Almost every adult in England and Wales could get share of £34 BILLION from High Court case

Almost every adult in England and Wales could get £750 share of £34 BILLION claim against credit checker Experian Credit checker firm Experian holds information on about 46 million individuals   Representative claimant Liz Williams, 58, filed a writ at the High Court on Friday  Case could see nearly all England and Wales adults sharing £34 … Read more

Almost every adult in England and Wales could get share of £34 BILLION from High Court case

Almost every adult in England and Wales could get share of £34 BILLION from credit checker Experian – so how much will YOU get? Credit checker firm Experian holds information on about 46 million individuals   Representative claimant Liz Williams, 58, filed a writ at the High Court on Friday  Case could see nearly all England … Read more

Cardi B asks court to toss ‘racist MAGA’ defamation case against her and sister Hennessy Carolina

Cardi B has filed a motion to dismiss a defamation case against herself and sister Hennessy Carolina. The Grammy winner was named in a lawsuit back in September, after a beach altercation in the Hamptons with a group of ‘racist MAGA supporters.’ She claimed that Peter Caliendo, Pauline Caliendo and Manuel Alarcon are just seeking a money … Read more

Pip Edwards owns the tennis court as she turns a friendly game into a fierce fashion show

Work it! P.E Nation designer Pip Edwards owns the tennis court as she turns a friendly game with Darren McMullen into a fierce fashion show By Caleb Taylor For Daily Mail Australia Published: 14:29 GMT, 25 February 2021 | Updated: 14:29 GMT, 25 February 2021 P.E. Nation queen Pip Edwards left fans shocked after she … Read more

Trump appeals to Facebook’s supreme court to rejoin

Afia Asantewaa Asare-Kyei – A human rights advocate who works on women’s rights, media freedom and access to information issues across Africa at the Open Society Initiative for West Africa. Evelyn Aswad – A University of Oklahoma College of Law professor who formerly served as a senior State Department lawyer and specializes in the application … Read more

Ex-Labour official asks High Court to reveal who leaked party’s internal report into anti-Semitism

A former senior Labour official today asked the High Court in London to reveal who leaked the party’s internal report into anti-Semitism so she can sue them for defamation.   An 860-page report on Labour’s governance and legal unit, which found that anti-Semitism was so rife within the party that some members’ views were like those … Read more

Retired BBC producer appears in court charged with possessing more than 800 child abuse images 

Retired BBC producer, 75, who worked on Question Time and Panorama appears in court charged with possessing more than 800 child abuse images Ex-BBC producer Victor Melleney, 75, appeared at Kingston Crown Court today Charged with possessing 832 indecent images of minors across several devices He denied making the images and the charge of possessing … Read more

Two 15-year-old boys deny kidnapping as they appear in court after car was stolen from driveway

Two 15-year-old boys deny kidnapping as they appear in court after car was stolen from owner’s driveway with his children aged two and four still inside Boys appeared at Birmingham Magistrates’ Court and pleaded not guilty  They pleaded guilty to single allegations of aggravated vehicle-taking   Officers were called to an incident in the city just … Read more

Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy’s legal battle ‘may not reach court until 2022’

Coleen Rooney and Rebekah Vardy’s legal battle may not be heard in a High Court until 2022, it was claimed on Saturday. According to reports from The Sun, the WAG, 34, and Jamie Vardy’s wife, 39, may have to wait another year for their case to be heard because of backlogs amid the coronavirus crisis. … Read more

High Court must overturn Boris Johnson’s decision to stand by Priti Patel, union says

High Court must overturn Boris Johnson’s decision to stand by Priti Patel despite evidence of staff ‘bullying’, senior civil servants’ union says Investigation found Priti Patel had not always treated civil servants with ‘respect’ Sir Alex Allan concluded Ms Patel’s behaviour did meet the definition of bullying Boris Johnson contradicted his advice by judging Ms … Read more