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Sister of ex-soldier who died following benefit sanction vows to fight decision not to hold inquest
Sister of an ex-soldier who died after a benefits sanctions has set up a Crowdjustice page to take her fight for an inquest to the High Court
Hundreds of judges join unprecedented mass discrimination group claim against the MOJ
Hearing begins today on behalf of 204 judges who have issued claims at the London Central Employment Tribunal against the Lord Chancellor, Liz Truss, and the Ministry of Justice
Suspected abuse arrests of former Christ's Hospital School staff
Former members of staff arrested on suspicion of abuse
Supreme Court rules Government acted unlawfully over 'bedroom tax'
The country's highest court, the Supreme Court, has ruled that the Government discriminated against a disabled woman and her husband and a severely disabled child who needs overnight care through the implementation of the 'bedroom tax'.
Concerns raised over patient care at Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Stafford lawyer says she is 'shocked but not surprised' by damning report into care at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich
Stryker recall CoCr V40 Femoral Heads
Warning over component part used in hip replacement procedures
High Court grants permission to challenge Home Secretary over Dubs children
Help Refugees challenge Home Secretary over alleged failure to properly interpret or implement her duties towards unaccompanied refugee children under Dubs Amendment.
Inquest into death of Damian Bowen who died of asphyxiation at work
“Lax enforcement” of operating procedures contributed to lab worker's death
Six-figure sum for woman who was seriously injured during spinal surgery
Jill has been left in permanent severe pain after surgeons botched a spinal operation
Historic victory for Uber drivers as Tribunal finds they are entitled to basic workers' rights
Landmark decision in the Central London employment tribunal finds Uber drivers should receive workers' rights
Cressingham Gardens Estate temporarily saved from demolition
The Cressingham Gardens Estate in south London has been temporarily saved following a court order preventing the demolition of the estate until the conclusion of a legal challenge