Ministers plan legal action to stop Insulate Britain disrupting motorways
Priti Patel and Grant Shapps are seeking a court injunction to stop environmental protesters from targeting major motorways after five days of tailbacks and damaging headlines for the government.
Wycombe consider legal action over Derby
Wycombe Wanderers owner Rob Couhig is considering taking legal action against the club's relegation to League One after Derby announced they are due to go into administration.
Peer who used personal email for work sacked by Boris Johnson in reshuffle
Lord Bethell, the close ally of Matt Hancock who has admitted using his personal email for government business during the pandemic, has been sacked by Boris Johnson.
COVID Crisis in Idaho Is So Bad Doctors Try to Transfer Patients Out of State
Due to the ongoing COVID pandemic, the state of Idaho is facing a health emergency so dire that doctors and nurses are attempting to transport patients to other states.
Clueless GOP governor cites nonexistent "AIDS vaccine" to bash Joe Biden
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) is defending his opposition to the COVID-19 vaccine and mask mandates by telling the story of an "AIDS vaccine" that does not exist.
Letter tells schools they could face legal action over Covid jabs
Anti-vax groups are circulating a letter threatening headteachers with legal action if children are given Covid jabs at school without parental consent.
DOJ Files Emergency Court Order to Block Texas Abortion Law - Fatherly
In the late hours of Tuesday, September 15, the Department of Justice (DOJ) requested an emergency court order to block the near-total abortion ban in Texas from taking effect.
TGA demands Craig Kelly's party stop distributing 'seriously misleading' Covid information
Australia's medicines regulator has issued a public statement saying its lawyers have written to United Australia Party leader Craig Kelly alleging the party has breached copyright and demanding it stop distributing "incomplete extracts" of adverse event reports relating to Covid vaccines which the TGA believes could be "seriously misleading".
Most drivers want hard shoulder back on smart motorways, poll finds
The RAC has called on the government to consider reinstating hard shoulders on motorways where they have been scrapped to allow greater traffic flow after a poll found that two thirds of people want to see their return.
Google found guilty of restricting Android forks in South Korea, fined $177 million
Google has been fined 207.4 billion won (around $177 million) in South Korea for abusing its dominant market position to stop device manufacturers from using modified versions of Android, Bloomberg reports.