Former Catalan minister Clara Ponsati has been released on bail after appearing in court in Edinburgh as Spanish authorities seek her extradition.
Former Catalan minister Clara Ponsati has been arrested and will appear in court in Edinburgh as Spanish authorities seek her extradition.
Clara Ponsati is set to be arrested and detained in Edinburgh over her role in the Catalan independence referendum in 2017.
An incestuous couple who murdered their two teenage sons and plotted to kill four other children have been told they will serve a minimum of 35 years behind bars.
A former Catalan minister who is facing extradition from Scotland to Spain will no longer hand herself in to police this week amid questions over the arrest warrant.
A former Catalan minister who is facing extradition from Scotland to Spain is “determined to fight”, her lawyer has said.
A fresh European Arrest Warrant has been issued for former Catalan politician and University of St Andrews professor Clara Ponsati.
One of the men convicted of murdering soldier Lee Rigby has admitted attacking a nurse in Broadmoor hospital.
A jobless man who sparked an armed police raid on the Regent’s Park mosque has been found guilty of manslaughter.
Judges at Scotland’s highest civil court are waiting to see if Boris Johnson fully complies with the Benn Act in seeking a Brexit extension before making a decision on whether he has broken the law.
Judges are set to decide whether the unsigned letter sent by Boris Johnson asking for a Brexit extension from the EU complied with the Benn Act, or if the Prime Minister is in contempt of court.
Murderer Jeremy Bamber, who has spent 33 years in jail for killing his family, believes new evidence has come to light which could help free him.
A legal bid arguing Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal was unlawful has been rejected by a judge.
The Brexit agreement Prime Minister Boris Johnson has claimed is a “great new deal” is unlawful and should not be considered by Parliament, a court has heard.
A chef murdered his estranged wife and two young daughters in a row over his immigration status, a court has heard.
A “quiet man” who bludgeoned his wife to death with a crowbar in a “frenzied” attack has been sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum term of 20 years before parole.
A woman who alleges Paul Gascoigne sexually assaulted her on a train by planting a sloppy, drunken kiss on her lips has tearfully told a jury how it was “completely out of the blue”.
Jury members trying ex-England footballer Paul Gascoigne for sexual assault have been told to put any views they have of him to one side.
A man being prosecuted for the murder of two soldiers in Northern Ireland has been refused bail.
A former Paralympic cyclist accused of climbing on to a British Airways plane and gluing himself to it has denied causing a public nuisance.