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Now you can ask the legal experts at Thorneycroft Solicitors any question and you’ll get a free answer – with no obligation.
MPs have criticised the director of public prosecutions after a series of rape and sexual assault cases cases collapsed because key evidence was withheld.
The manufacturer of a groundbreaking cystic fibrosis drug has accused the NHS of "undervaluing" the lives of patients after failing to reach a supply deal.
A suspected British hitman is being hunted by police over a gangland shooting in Amsterdam.
The nation's favourite chocolate bar is having a makeover in response to the obesity crisis.
The youngest spitfire pilot to see active service during the Battle of Britain has died.
A store worker has been convicted of murdering a father-of-seven with an axe before taking his body in a shopping trolley to a cemetery.
In 1940 their countrymen invaded and occupied but almost 80 years later, German soldiers have returned to Guernsey as friends.
A four-week-old baby girl has been found safe and well and will shortly be reunited with her mother after being taken in a carjacking.
Donald Trump has asked his national security adviser to invite Vladimir Putin to the White House in the autumn.
There is an epidemic of sexual violence on America's college campuses, according to some researchers. Sky News travelled to Ohio, home to several large universities and a huge student population, to find out more.
At least eight people have drowned after an amphibious "duck boat" capsized and sank in stormy weather on a Missouri lake.
Footage has emerged of the moment police rescue a young child from a bank robber who was using the baby as a human shield.
A 2000-year-old sarcophagus has been opened in Egypt - revealing what appears to be the remains of a family of three.
Travellers in Europe are experiencing more flight disruption after airspace above Belgium was shut down due to a technical glitch.
"Grave abuses" are being committed in Cameroon by both separatists and government forces following months of conflict, a report has warned.
It was like a whirlwind had blown through the Knesset - a stormy session with ripped copies of the nation state bill thrown in the air by disgusted Arab MPs.
TV presenter Richard Bacon has left hospital days after coming out of a medically induced coma.
The 100th Now That's What I Call Music compilation is released on Friday.
Sir Cliff Richard has won £210,000 in damages in a privacy battle with the BBC.
This is the first time a court has had to decide whether a person under investigation by the police has a reasonable expectation of privacy.