Saudi prince's court case 'will be public'
A Saudi prince has failed in a bid to keep his High Court case behind closed doors.
Prince Abdulaziz bin Mishal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has been accused of "wrongdoing" in relation to his role as a company director, involving transactions with parties in Beirut and Nairobi.
The prince, his father and a royal adviser had argued the allegations should not be "given a public airing."
But Mr Justice Morgan rejected the plea, saying it was "not necessary in the interests of justice."
Chris Huhne's ex-wife was not a "superwoman" who could defy his demands to take the fall for his speeding, jurors have heard.
Julian Knowles QC said today a "ruthlessly ambitious" Mr Huhne had bullied his then wife Vicky Pryce into going along with the ruse.
The disgraced ex-MP has pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice over speeding points incurred a decade ago.
The deaths of two pensioners whose bodies were found in their home by a window cleaner are not being treated as suspicious, police have said.
Seventy-one-year-old Barry and 69-year-old Jean Ellis were found in their bungalow in the seaside resort of Caister-on-Sea where they had lived for 30 years.
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