Under the law, should your right to express your opinion – be it on politics, the environment, abortion, or anything else – trump my right to go about my business unhindered, whether or not I happen to agree with your opinion?
For the third year in a row, the government will not cap judicial sitting times in an attempt to reduce backlog.
An investigation by the Competition and Markets Authority found no issues with UnitedHealth’s proposed £1.2bn purchase of EMIS.
The National Police Chiefs' Council has responded to the Independent Scrutiny and Oversight Board’s first annual report on the Police Race Action Plan.
The UK's Financial Conduct Authority has sent an information request to the largest banks and building societies, a week after announcing an investigation into 'freedom of expression and the provision of banking services'.
Robert Jenrick refused to rule out leaving the European Convention on Human Rights if the government’s Rwanda deportation plans are blocked.
The Law Society has published the names of 26 nominees ahead of its awards ceremony in September.
A legal claim has been made against Severn Trent Water, which is accused of abusing its dominant market position by underreporting the extent of pollution discharge and overcharging customers as a result.