bbc news on court case for rosedeep kular
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19 November 2015 15:34:12 BBC News - UK
Members of the public are to be given greater access to the Court of Protection, where issues affecting sick or vulnerable people are heard, under a new pilot scheme.
All News 19 November 2015 15:34:12
08 October 2015 02:16:17 BBC News - UK
The BBC is to argue the case for popular shows like Sherlock and Strictly Come Dancing as it responds to the government's green paper on its future.
All News 08 October 2015 02:16:17
21 September 2015 17:34:29 BBC News - UK
The BBC has won a case against TV station RT (formerly Russia Today), which claimed the corporation had faked a news report on Syria.
All News 21 September 2015 17:34:29
22 April 2015 05:01:45 News | Mail Online
The celebrity chef, who last appeared on the channel with Nigellissima in 2012, will present Simply Nigella on BBC 2, a show which will see her focus on 'a new pared-down approach to cooking and eating'.
All News 22 April 2015 05:01:45
06 April 2015 15:57:27 BBC News - UK
The Green Party names a new parliamentary candidate in Erewash after Victoria Martindale, who was serving a suspended jail sentence, steps down.
All News 06 April 2015 15:57:27
27 March 2015 04:25:23 BBC News - UK
Convicted criminals in England and Wales will have to pay up to £1,200 towards the cost of their court case under new rules, it is revealed.
All News 27 March 2015 04:25:23
16 February 2015 13:28:25 mirror - News
So-called 'eBay courts' could be a thing of the future, saving time and money.
All News 16 February 2015 13:28:25
16 February 2015 05:50:29 BBC News - UK
The body overseeing the modernisation of the civil justice system is calling for an "online court" to deal with small civil cases in England and Wales.
All News 16 February 2015 05:50:29
08 December 2014 18:46:35 UK headlines
Bus companies are not required to enforce policies giving wheelchair users preference over parents with buggies, says Court of Appeal
All News 08 December 2014 18:46:35
10 August 2014 09:40:59 BBC News - UK
More than £300,000 has been spent by the Welsh and UK governments on three Supreme Court cases about assembly powers, the BBC learns.
All News 10 August 2014 09:40:59