Law



Father disembowelled by ex-wife

By Paul Stead Birmingham Crown Court saw a gruesome case of disembowelment The International Press and Media Group is 100% independent and does not accept any funding from government bodies. We do this in order to maintain totally unbiased news coverage you can trust.  As such we need to raise…




Man in serious condition after slitting own throat in court

By Aminah Hafiz A man has slit his throat during sentencing at a UK Magistrates Court The International Press and Media Group is 100% independent and does not accept any funding from government bodies. We do this in order to maintain totally unbiased news coverage you can trust.  As such…




UN rules that British police are breaking international laws

By Heyami Alghatta The UN has condemned the British police for ignoring international laws The UN has ruled that Julian Assange is being arbitrarily detained by British forces against international law. Mr Assange, 44, claimed asylum in London’s Ecuadorean embassy in 2012. He wants to avoid extradition to Sweden over…


Woman loses home in legal battle over a ‘lunatic’ horse

By Mustafa Olama The new owner of a pony she claimed was a “raving lunatic” and dangerous has lost her 4 year legal battle and must now pay £140’000 in costs Lisa Walton bought Pirums Figaro from Shan Allman, of Colwinston, Vale of Glamorgan, for £18,000 in May 2011. Soon…