From now on, the online food delivery service Deliveroo will have to give its couriers a formal contract and corresponding benefits,
The cockerel is now allowed out from 8am to 10pm from Monday to Friday and from 9am to 10 pm on Sundays.
Former Nissan Motor company boss Carlos Ghosn has been arrested for a fourth time.
Media reports have suggested it concerns alleged improper payments made by the car giant to a dealer in Oman.
They go on trial on Tuesday to face charges related to the illegal independence referendum in October 2017.
The European Court of Justice has issued an injunction against the implementation of Poland's new law on the Supreme Court, freezing any changes to the existing system.
The former Paralympian had his sentence raised from six years to 13, taking into account the time he has already served in jail
A court in Japan has ruled for the first time that the state is jointly liable for negligence over the Fukushima nuclear disaster in 2011.
The trial has begun in Frankfurt of a German man accused of being a member of ISIL and of taking part in the mutilation of a body while on Syrian soil.
There is controversy in Belgium over news the ex-wife of a serial child killer is to move into the home of a former judge
State prosecutors in South Africa have won the right to appeal the culpable homicide verdict handed down to Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius
Eight people have been sentenced to death in connection with deadly attacks in China’s western Xinjiang region – where violence has raged between the
A young German man has been sentenced to three years and nine months in prison for having joined the self-proclaimed Islamic State organisation in
An Egyptian court has cleared the former president Hosni Mubarak of conspiring to kill protestors in an uprising against his regime in 2011
Italy’s Supreme Court has handed down a decision that has the country up in arms and angry that an industrial polluter appears to have got away