Seven justices unanimously allowed the appeal, but only to a limited extent
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Alastair Main smacked his victim’s bottom, called her an “Australian slut” and poured beer over her
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The king of crowdfunding? Devereux Chambers barrister raises over £70,000 for new Brexit legal challenge
An onslaught of Twitter abuse follows
Reasons to be concerned
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Ever wondered how many cups of tea the court’s café is expecting to serve? Wonder no more!
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Is the juice worth the squeeze?
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Is it actually really simple?
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Seven-judge bench upholds the claims of Jacqueline Carmichael and Paul and Susan Rutherford
Can you or can’t you?
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Does he want his old job back?
Legal profession takes centre stage in constitutional crisis as Liz Truss left exposed
A wrong has been done, the child has suffered, they deserve compensation