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Changes to the law were previously thrown out by the UK’s House of Lords but are set to return under the new Queen’s Speech plan.
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British expats have been banned from driving in Spain, after post- Brexit talks on license rules broke down.
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Convicted murdered Graham Dwyer argued that the retention of and access to data used to prosecute him infringed the rights proferred to him by EU law.
Ecuador grants wild animals legal rights in landmark court case
It is thought to be the first time the country’s constitutional protection of nature has been applied in court.
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The Supreme Court of the US will decide whether an artwork by Andy Warhol is significantly different from the photo it is based on. The verdict will change how artists work in the US.
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Putin overrides international rules on leased jets to keep them flying
The President's new law to keep foreign planes puts Russian airlines in a catch-22.
Australian cats in fight for freedom against local city councillor
Free roaming cats could become a thing of the past in this Australian city, as a local councillor implores owners to keep their pets indoors - or walk them on a lead.
This region of Switzerland wants to give primates fundamental rights
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Italy makes protecting the environment a part of its constitution
The state must now safeguard biodiversity, ecosystems and the environment.
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Bob Dylan sells entire back catalogue of recorded music to Sony
The 80-year-old folk legend is said to have struck a deal for the rights to all of his songs in a major expansion of the company's six-decade relationship with the performer.
Evan Rachel Wood accuses ex Marilyn Manson of rape in new documentary
The 'Westworld' actress alleges her ex-boyfriend non-consensually raped her on the set of his music video 'Heart-Shaped Glasses'.
French MPs approve law banning so-called gay conversion therapy
Prison sentences and fines will be introduced for anyone who tries to change the sexual orientation or gender identity of LGBT citizens.
Alec Baldwin sued by family of slain Marine over Instagram conduct
The actor is being accused of spreading misinformation regarding the involvement of the late-Marine Rylee McCollum's sister during the Capitol Riots, after donating to the family for their loss.
Hundreds take part in 'Kill the Bill' protest in London
Hundreds of protesters rally in London against the controversial "Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts" bill.
MPs back controlling schools to stop 'threats to children's morals'
Critics say the law could reduce teaching on LGBT+ and reproductive rights.
'Rust' armourer sues ammunition supplier after fatal shooting
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Rare cassette of Prince album, scrapped for being 'evil', up for sale
First due for release in 1987, Prince scrapped the album because he thought it was cursed.
Naked Nirvana baby has Nevermind 'exploitation' lawsuit dismissed
Spencer Elden, now 30 years old, had his claim thrown out after representatives for the band's estate argued he has spent his life profiting from his appearance on the album cover.