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UK 'won't recognise Scottish independence whatever top court rules'
The UK's Supreme Court has begun hearing evidence on whether Scotland's Parliament can legislate to hold a second referendum on Scottish independence.
UK Supreme Court to hear Scottish independence case in October
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants to hold a new referendum on independence in October 2023.
'Shorter' women can join Spain's police force, says Supreme Court
Judges ruled that a minimum height requirement for female police officers in Spain is discriminatory.
Abortion rights defenders gather in Washington and New York
Abortion rights defenders gather outside US Supreme Court and in New York.
Hard-hitting French abortion film has US debut amid Roe v Wade uproar
The award-winning 'Happening', depicting a student's quest for an illegal termination in 1960s France, comes to US cinemas as the Supreme Court considers overturning a landmark decision legalising abortion in all 50 states.
Swedish Supreme Court judge fined for stealing meatballs from shop
The 67-year-old woman resigned from her post after a distinguished career when the allegations first surfaced.
Meet the judge fighting against Poland's controversial judicial reform
Pawel Juszczyszyn says he was suspended from work for questioning the appointment of one judge and insisting that Polish laws obey EU law.
Cyprus court overturns UK woman’s conviction for lying about gang rape
The woman's lawyers have described the court decision as a "watershed" moment.
Polish court slams government for restricting media at Belarus border
Poland declared a state of emergency near the Belarusian border as thousands of migrants attempted to enter the EU last year.
UK Supreme Court rules against gender-neutral passports
A British activist has lost a legal challenge on the government’s policy not to allow gender-neutral passports.
A bid will be made to exonerate two men over the murder of Malcolm X
A bid will be made to exonerate two men over the murder of Malcolm X, says Manhattan’s DA.
European court urges Poland to address lack of judicial independence
The court called on Warsaw to take "rapid action" to resolve the lack of independence in its National Council.
US Supreme Court refuses to stop Texas law banning most abortions
The law marks the most dramatic restriction on abortion rights in the United States since the Supreme Court's landmark Roe v. Wade decision legalised abortion across the country in 1973.
Why are Croatian politicians sharing photos of themselves in swimwear?
Viral photos of Croatian politicians have been circulating on social media and it's all over a rule of law dispute.
New chambers of Poland Supreme Court may violate EU law: CJEU opinion
Evgeni Tanchev's opinion came out on the same day when Poland ruled that the country's human rights ombudsman - a critic of the government - must leave office at the end of his term.
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Danish man sentenced for coughing on policeman and shouting 'corona'
A Danish man has been sentenced to four months in prison by the country's Supreme court for coughing at a policeman and shouting "corona".
UK Supreme Court rejects Uber appeal, ruling that drivers are workers
The decision could threaten the car service's business model and could have wider implications for the so-called gig economy.
Supreme court increases jail term for killer of journalist Jan Kuciak
Slovakia was rocked by the murders of journalist Jan Kuciak and Martina Kusnirova in February 2018.
UK top court to rule on Shamima Begum's demand to return to Britain
Begum left her parents' home in East London in 2015 when she was just 15 to travel to Syria to join IS. She was stripped of her nationality in 2019, a decision she is legally challenging.
EU 'naive' over rule of law of breaches, says Jourova
Vera Jourova was speaking as the EU published its first-ever report on democratic values in the 27-country bloc.