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 WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange arrives at court in London on May 1, 2019 to be sentenced for bail violation. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was sentenced to 50 weeks in prison by a British court on Wednesday for skipping bail when he holed up in Ecuador’s L(...)

Oh how we laughed. Photograph: iStock

These words are being written on the eve of one of the silliest yet most cheering days of the year: April Fool’s Day. I regard April 1st as a chink o(...)

As more than seven years had passed since the High Court in 2010 deemed the cash to be the proceeds of crime, CAB sought to have the money transferred to the State.

The High Court has made final orders in respect of €40,000 in cash seized from an English man involved in the illegal drug trade. The Criminal Assets(...)

Ahmed Hassan (18), of Sunbury, Surrey,  planted a home-made bomb on a London tube and has been found guilty of attempted murder. File photograph: EPA

A teenage Iraqi asylum seeker who planted a bomb on a crowded London underground train had been subjected to the government’s Prevent deradicalisation(...)

US stocks steadied in late morning trading on Thursday, with the S&P 500 on track to break its longest losing streak in five years, although a fall in Facebook’s shares capped gains. Photograph: Timothy Clary/AFP/Getty Images

European shares ended flat on Thursday, giving up early gains as a London court ruling complicated the Brexit process, boosting the pound and sending (...)

Michael McDonald, Fintan O’Farrell and Declan Rafferty

The Supreme Court has, by a four/three majority, dismissed the State’s appeal against orders directing the release of three dissident republicans serv(...)

Muslim convert Lorna Moore (34) was planning to take her three young children to the area, including an 11-month-old baby. Photograph: West Midlands Police/PA Wire

A Northern Irish mother who wanted bring up her children under the Islamic State in Syria has been jailed by a London court for two and a half years. (...)

Developer Ray Grehan.

Developer Ray Grehan used the law firm at the centre of the Panama Papers investigation to shield assets from the National Asset Management Agency (N(...)