Britain’s Prince Harry has returned to court to challenge a decision by the British Home
Here's what we know about the Sussexes' latest victory.
Harry Maguire will soon learn the outcome of his appeal. Manchester United skipper Harry Maguire’s appeal against a guilty verdict in a Greek court will be heard on 7 June, 2023, as per BBC Sport. The centre-back was given a suspended jail sentence of 21 months and 10 days in 2020 following his arrest in […]
The two-month-old met his cousins for the first time at the polo in 2019
The Duke of Sussex began a legal challenge against the Home Office after his taxpayer-funded security was removed following his announcement that he had stepped down as a working royal
An influential lawyer in the US has openly criticised Prince Harry for appearing to criticise the decision to let states in the country outlaw abortions. Court Justice Samuel Alito authored a landmark judgement last month that reversed Roe v. Wade, the seminal 1973 rule on abortion rights. An influential lawyer in the US has openly […]
During the speech in Rome, Justice Samuel Alito singled out Harry along with Boris Johnson, Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron for criticising the decision.
The court left questions unanswered in upholding the validity of NSW laws prohibiting trespassers from publishing footage of lawful activities on private properties.
Man’s lawyers claim Clare O’Neil’s decision is unconstitutional and ask for him to be released from detentionFollow our Australia news live blog for the latest updatesGet our free news app, morning email briefing and daily news podcastThe new home affairs minister’s decision to refuse a convicted people smuggler a protection visa has prompted a high court challenge in a test case for whether Australia’s policy of deterrence is “punitive”.The plaintiff is an Iranian Christian man to whom...
Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito mocked Prince Harry to torrents of laughter during his first public remarks since the decision to overturn Roe v Wade. ‘What really wounded me, what really wounded me,’ the justice said, ‘Was when the Duke of Sussex addressed the United Nations and seemed to compare the decision, whose name may …
The Guardian has lost its Court of Appeal bid to challenge the secrecy of a hearing held about the Duke of Edinburgh’s will. In July last year Sir Andrew McFarlane, President of the High Court’s Family Division, first ruled that the unlisted hearing should be held in private and later, in September, delivered a public … Continue reading "Guardian loses Court of Appeal challenge over secret Prince Philip will hearing"