Defending the Guilty episode 1 review - a sitcom that's not an entirely innocent view of the legal profession
Harry Potter has nothing on the legal profession when it comes to silly gowns and arcane lingo. These and other juridical absurdities are lampooned with zeal by Defending the Guilty (BBC Two). The new
And the award for the strangest, most unusual, and downright hilarious scientific research goes to...
(CNN) — Pizza might protect against cancer, why wombats poop in cubes and a diaper changing machine that can be used on human babies -- these are just some of the research and inventions awarded at this
Letters: Interfering in politics puts judges on a collision course with the people who elect Parliament
SIR – With the Scottish judgment on prorogation, the politicisation of our judicial system seems complete. For centuries, the courts avoided interfering directly in political matters. Tony Blair’s 2003
Where would politics be without a touch of hyperbole? Exaggeration has always been part of the mix when it comes to democratic politics, whether it's Tony Blair's warning in 1997 that "We only have 24
MONZA, Italy — A mess. An absurdity. Dangerous. Idiots. These were just some of the terms were used to describe the farcical end to qualifying for the Italian Grand Prix on Saturday. Charles Leclerc rose