The foreign secretary accuses France of “unfair behaviour” as it warns it could block British boats. from: BBC News
Lawyers for the US say a judge who blocked Julian Assange’s extradition was misled by a psychiatrist. from: BBC News
The ruling is the latest step in an escalating dispute over Poland’s legal reforms. from: BBC News
The government says it will make utilities take action over waste dumped in rivers after pressure from peers.
from: BBC News Legal papers shed light on what happened when actor Alec Baldwin fired a gun with tragic results.
Bogotà – “With joy and hope we received great news: Pope Francis has recognized the Church Conference of the Amazon as a public ecclesiastical legal personality”, said the Board of the Council of Latin American Bishops . “The decision of the Holy Father fills us with joy at a time when the Latin American and… Leggi tutto »
from: BBC News A group of 850 players has threatened legal action against 17 companies over the use of their data.
from: BBC News The environmental group had argued permission should not have been granted by the UK government for the Vorlich oil field.
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Uefa has halted its disciplinary proceedings against Barcelona, Juventus and Real Madrid over their involvement in the proposed European Super League. from: BBC News
The game won’t be available on iPhones or other Apple devices until its legal battle with Epic Games ends. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
Many physicians in the country call themselves “conscientious objectors” and deny the procedures, often forcing women to travel long distances for one. From: New York Times
The demonstrators burn Bitcoin machines, a week after the cryptocurrency became legal tender. from: BBC News
from: BBC News Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday morning.
A US judge will decide whether papers were served before a case brought by Prince Andrew’s accuser can begin. from: BBC News
The singer had accused her father of misusing her name to further his entertainment business. from: BBC News
Technological glitches plagued the first day of El Salvador accepting Bitcoin as legal tender. from: BBC News
Millions of Salvadorians are expected to download a digital wallet app with $30 of free Bitcoin. from: BBC News
The country will be the first to recognise the crypto-currency as legal tender from September 7. from: BBC News