Judiciary

European courts will be part of any Brexit trade deal

The Government publishes a series of five papers this week, setting out its negotiating position ahead of the next round of Brexit talks, which start …

Brexit

Unlease, hell: Britain battles EU plans to 'wreck' UK car industry by stopping manufacturers selling service deals

Britain is to reject EU plans that could wreck our motor industry by driving lease cars off the roads.<p>It is feared Brussels wants to stop …

Brexit

Math Experts Combing Their Powers to Take on Gerrymandering

Some of the brightest minds in math arrived at Tufts University last week to tackle an issue lawyers and political scientists have been struggling with for decades.<p>Some of the brightest minds in math arrived at Tufts University last week to tackle an issue lawyers and political scientists have been …

Mathematics

Man charged after sudden death of 19-year-old female in Omagh

Police in Omagh have launched an investigation following the sudden death of a 19-year-old woman in the Meelmore Drive area on Saturday …

Crime

Amai Grace Mugabe Escapes Court Appearance

Cape TownMrs Grace Mugabe returned home to Zimbabwe with her husband, President Robert Mugabe, on Sunday without having to appear in court on charges …

International Criminal Court

UK to release tranche of Brexit position papers

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will issue a cluster of new papers this week to outline its strategy positions in divorce talks with the European Union, ranging from regulation of goods to data protection, the UK's Brexit department said on Sunday.<p>Prime Minister Theresa May's government wants to push …

Brexit

These Are the Most Pressing Challenges Facing Europe's Leaders

As summer draws to a close, the European Union will seek to tick off a number of boxes from the top of its to-do list, leveraging its new-found …

Brexit

Newspaper headlines: 'Queen won't stand down' and 'lost' British boy

<b>The Barcelona attack continues to dominate the papers.</b><p>"We pay homage to Catalonia," says the Sunday Times.<p>The Mail on Sunday tells those who mourn the dead in Barcelona: "We share your grief."<p>The Observer says the sentiments and rituals in the aftermath of another outrage have taken on "an air of …

Brexit

Breaking with the European court of justice won’t be easy

Eurosceptics want to ‘take control’ – but if the UK wants to maintain close links with the EU, it will need a compatible legal system<p>Since the UK voted to leave the EU, Theresa May has tried to boil down arguments over Brexit to simple soundbites. One of the favourite phrases deployed by the prime …

Brexit

10 sentenced to death for attempting to assassinate Bangladesh PM Sheikh Hasina

Ten militants were on Sunday sentenced to death and nine others jailed for 20 years each by a court in Bangladesh for attempting to assassinate Prime …

South Asia

Plenty at stake in jury selection for Menendez trial

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Attorneys in the corruption trial of Democratic U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, of New Jersey, will have plenty of factors to consider when they begin the final phase of jury selection this week.<p>Menendez faces multiple bribery and fraud counts for allegedly accepting gifts and campaign …

News (U.S.)

Should Mission residents get refunds from an illegal driveway tax? It’s complicated

The people of Mission face an interesting and potentially expensive problem.<p>Seven years ago, the Mission City Council passed what it rather grandly …

Gas Station

BT's mobile unit wades into 5G battle against Three

BT’S mobile arm EE is preparing to go into battle with rival operator Three over billions of pounds worth of airwaves, amid fears of delays to 5G network upgrade plans.<p>EE will tomorrow formally threaten the telecoms regulator Ofcom with a High Court challenge over the planned auction of radio …

Telecoms

Brexit could leave Irish peace programme at risk, campaigners warn

Open Britain says programme could lose £208m unless government reverses plans to ignore European court of justice<p>The government’s insistence that the UK must leave the jurisdiction of the European court of justice (ECJ) after Brexit could see Northern Ireland lose tens of millions of pounds in …

Brexit

South Dakota hopes for quick loss in internet case | Miami Herald

The state of South Dakota is hoping to quickly lose a case against three internet companies.<p>The Argus Leader reports that the state Supreme Court has …

Business

Minister's decisions not up for legal challenge, says Brandis, as citizenship toll mounts

Executive decisions, including a possible loan to the Adani coal project, made by ministers now subject to the High Court citizenship challenge, …

Australian News

Rabbinate reform

In an historic decision, the High Court ruled that a woman could be chosen for a high administrative post in the Rabbinical Courts.<p>Amid the lingering …

Opinion

The Life of Labour: 3 More Die in Delhi’s Sewers, Israeli Workers Can No Longer Strike Against Government

<i>The Life of Labour, a compilation of important labour developments from around the world, will be delivered to your inbox every Sunday at 10 am.</i> …

India

Teenagers involved in drink-driving crash went to pub after being sentenced

A pair of teenagers who avoided jail after a drink-driving crash celebrated their freedom by going to the pub.<p>Alesha Peers, 18, and Kaitlyn Morris, …

Crime

Libya, Haftar plays to become the new president This is what would happen with elections without Saif al-Islam Gaddafi - Blogs - Jerusalem Post

In recent months, the General <b>Khalifa Haftar</b> seems to be preparing to play the role of Libyan President. Before the meeting in Paris with the …

International Criminal Court

With Supreme Court Appeal, Texas Wants To Keep Congressional Map Intact

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott wants to keep boundaries intact for the 2018 election.<p>by Jim Malewitz, The Texas Tribune<p>If Gov. Greg Abbott calls a second special legislative session this summer, it won’t likely be for redistricting.<p>Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton revealed Friday that Abbott has no plans …

Politics

No, the cops can't get a search warrant to just seize all devices in sight – US appeals court

It's a ruling sending shockwaves through the worlds of privacy, device security, and law enforcement in America.<p>The US Circuit Court of Appeals in …

Surveillance

Dual-citizenship the ultimate disrupter

It was an explosive end to a week that has seen federal parliament hit by revelations of dual-citizenship.<p>Crossbench senator Nick Xenophon confirmed …

Australian News

'A Major Win for New Yorkers': Court of Appeals Upholds State's Denial of Water Quality Certification for Constitution Pipeline

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit upheld New York State's denial of a water quality certification for the Constitution Pipeline …

Water

Planned Parenthood Loses Legal Battle Over Medicaid Funding in Arkansas

This week, a federal appeals court upheld Arkansas’s decision to cancel its Medicaid provider agreement with Planned Parenthood, which allowed …

Rights & Freedoms

California mass killer spared death sentence

SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — A California judge ruled Friday that a convicted mass killer will be spared the death penalty amid a long-running scandal over authorities' use of jailhouse informants.<p>Judge Thomas M. Goethals said 47-year-old Scott Dekraai would not be sentenced to death for killing eight …

Crime

Ex-MLA's wife's suicide: Accused gets partial relief

A man, who eloped with former Udupi MLA Raghupathi Bhats wife would face no further investigation into charges of adultery or driving her to commit …

WhatsApp: Why you’d think twice becoming admin

Just as media organisations are responsible for what is carried on their platforms, so are admins.

Hate Speech

Justice Geraldine S. Hines retires from SJC

Justice Geraldine S. Hines, the first African American woman appointed to the state Supreme Judicial Court, retired Friday after serving three years …

Boston

Court refuses injunction to prevent asylum-seekers from entering Quebec

Quebec Superior Court has dismissed an injunction filed by a Montreal doctor to close unauthorized entry points at the American border to prevent new …

Canadian News