THE High Court will rule today on whether the government has broken the law by continuing to sell arms to Saudi Arabia.
The case is being brought by Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT), which says British fighter jets and bombs sent to the Gulf kingdom have been used in its bloody war...
Monday 10th Jul 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
by Lamiat Sabin
ANTI-FRACKING campaigners lost their High Court action yesterday in a fight to block drilling at a site in Lancashire.
The Preston New Road Action Group (PNRAG) and campaigner Gayzer Frackman had applied for a judicial review of the government’s decision...
Thursday 13th Apr 2017
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
by Felicity Collier
THE Supreme Court upheld yesterday the Tories’ “discriminatory” policy demanding British citizens earn a minimum income before their overseas spouses can live with them.
Under the policy, introduced in 2012 by then home secretary...
Thursday 23rd Feb 2017
Judge throws out Govia anti-strike bid
Friday 9th Dec 2016
posted by Conrad Landin in Britain
Incompetent train firm heads to High Court in desperate ploy to put brakes on strikes
Thursday 8th Dec 2016
Invoking Article 50 without Commons vote illegal lawsuit claims
Friday 14th Oct 2016
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by Sofia Lotto Persio
Friday 30th Sep 2016
Court blocks 130,000 from voting
Friday 12th Aug 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
HIGH COURT judgements aren’t always associated with victories for democracy and common sense, especially when they concern the labour movement.
But train drivers’ leader Mick Whelan nailed it in so describing Mr Justice Hickinbottom’s decision to back five Labour...
Tuesday 9th Aug 2016
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Party bigwigs set to appeal against High Court decision restoring new members’ right to vote in leadership election
Monday 8th Aug 2016
posted by Ben Chacko in Britain