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

UK Supreme Court ruling says Uber drivers must be classed as workers

Uber faces paying millions of pounded in compensation to up to 60,000 drivers after the Supreme Court ruled today that they are ‘workers’ and are entitled to minimum wage and holiday pay in a landmark decision that could have seismic implications for the gig economy. Seven justices ruled on the latest round of a long-running … Read more

Supreme Court justices rule Uber drivers should be classed as workers

Uber must treat drivers as workers and NOT self-employed contractors, say Supreme Court justices as they rule against taxi app firm By Dan Sales For Mailonline Published: 09:53 GMT, 19 February 2021 | Updated: 10:06 GMT, 19 February 2021 Supreme Court justices have ruled against Uber operating companies and concluded that drivers should be classed … Read more

Covid UK: Businesses hail Supreme Court ruling forcing insurers to pay out for lockdown losses

Tens of thousands of small businesses are set for a £1.2billion windfall after the Supreme Court ordered insurers to pay out for losses from the first Covid lockdown.  Cafes, pubs, beauty parlours, holiday firms and wedding planners are among the 370,000 firms that had policies which should now pay out.  Former footballer Gary Neville, who … Read more

Taylor Swift’s $1 sexual assault suit cited by Justice Elena Kagan in Supreme Court case 

Taylor Swift’s $1 sexual assault suit cited by Justice Elena Kagan in religious speech Supreme Court case By Tracy Wright For Dailymail.com Published: 19:34 GMT, 13 January 2021 | Updated: 19:34 GMT, 13 January 2021 Taylor Swift’s $1 sexual assault suit was cited by Justice Elena Kagan in a religious speech Supreme Court case. Kagan … Read more

Heathrow third runway will go ahead: Airport wins Supreme Court challenge

Heathrow Airport today won a Supreme Court challenge over the Government’s decision to give the go-ahead for a third runway. A panel of five justices at the UK’s highest court allowed Heathrow to expand by building the controversial third runway after the Court of Appeal declared the plans were unlawful. In February three judges concluded … Read more

Martha Stewart reigns supreme reveals the relaxing Christmas gift she is wrapping up this year

She’s the undisputed Queen of Christmas! Martha Stewart has been helping holiday revelers deck the halls for decades, and in 2020 the bon vivant is celebrating an unbelievable 30 years of her iconic Martha Stewart Living Magazine. The arbiter of Yuletide cheer exclusively joined DailyMailTV’s senior correspondent Alicia Quarles for a festive chat and revealed … Read more

Holocaust victims suing Germany and Hungary have cases heard at Supreme Court

The Supreme Court will on Monday look into cases against both Germany and Hungary over atrocities committed against Holocaust victims by the Nazis.  In the case involving Germany, the descendants of a group of Jewish art dealers say their ancestors were forced to sell a collection of religious art, known as the Guelph Treasure and called the … Read more

Landmark business interruption insurance case reaches Supreme Court

We are all clinging on for dear life, say small firms as landmark business interruption insurance case reaches Supreme Court By Lucy White For The Daily Mail Published: 21:50 GMT, 16 November 2020 | Updated: 21:50 GMT, 16 November 2020 Desperate business owners accused insurers of leaving them ‘clinging on for dear life’ last night … Read more

Supreme Court to rule on insurance payouts for 370,000 businesses hit by covid

Supreme Court judges will decide landmark case about insurance payouts for 370,000 businesses who couldn’t trade because of coronavirus pandemic Four-day case begins at the Supreme Court today involving 370,000 businesses  FCA brought test case over wording of business interruption insurance policies  It follows ‘widespread concern’ over ‘lack of clarity and certainty’ for businesses  By … Read more