#legal-action

Public apology to Historic Institutional Abuse victims 'to be made in March'
An announcement around an official apology from Stormont to those abused in historic institutions is expected to be made on Thursday.
'Teen' migrants win fight with Priti Patel after 'unlawful' age assessments
Two migrants have won a High Court fight against Home Secretary Priti Patel after complaining about the way their ages were assessed on arrival in England.
Christian Porter and barrister Sue Chrysanthou ordered to pay Jo Dyer $430,000 in legal costs
A high-profile advocate of the woman who accused Christian Porter of raping her 30 years ago has been awarded more than $400,000 in costs after the federal court forced the former attorney general's barrister to stand down during an ABC defamation case.
Former NY Post editor sues News Corp and Col Allan, alleging sexual harassment
Former senior New York Post journalist Michelle Gotthelf has launched legal action accusing the tabloid's longtime editor-in-chief, Col Allan, of sexually harassing and verbally abusing her, including propositioning her for sex.
Analysis | Cathay Pacific Is On Life Support, and Hope Is Running Out
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A week later, even transit flights - one of the few areas where Cathay was able to operate, given Hong Kong's zero-Covid strategy involves a three-week quarantine - were suspended to a list of 150 countries, leaving the city almost cut off from air traffic: 1
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Southgate seeks legal action over scam
England boss Gareth Southgate is looking into taking legal action after his name was used to promote a cryptocurrency scam.
Government demands 'urgent pragmatism' to resolve issues and save Derby County
The English Football League (EFL) must work "rapidly" to resolve issues that threaten the future of Derby County the Government has said.
Arron Banks's lawsuit against reporter a freedom of speech matter, court hears
The libel action brought by the multimillionaire Brexit backer Arron Banks against the Observer and Guardian journalist Carole Cadwalladr should concern "anyone who cares about freedom of speech in this country," a court has been told.
Novak Djokovic set to be deported from Australia after losing visa appeal
Novak Djokovic has lost his judicial review against the cancellation of his visa and faces deportation from Australia
Sudanese man in his twenties dies trying to cross English Channel
A Sudanese man in his twenties has died trying to cross the English Channel in freezing conditions, French authorities say.