Hacker refused right to appeal extradition

Author: By Mike Taylor and Cathy Gordon, Press Association The High Court, which has turned down his extradition challenges, decided the case did not …

Johnson under pressure over hacker

Author: By Jerome Taylor The Welsh Secretary refused three times to back the decision of his ministerial colleague that Mr McKinnon, who has Asperger&…

Purdy: ‘Now let me die in Britain’

Author: By Andy McSmith Buoyed by the law lords’ ruling in the case of Debbie Purdy, who has multiple sclerosis, they have vowed to renew their …

Debbie Purdy: ‘We’ve got our lives back’

Author: By Jeremy Laurance, Health Editor The 46-year-old campaigner, who has multiple sclerosis, was “ecstatic” after the peers unanimous…

Ruling due today on hacker extradition

Author: By John Aston, Press Association Lawyers for Mr McKinnon, 43, who suffers from Asperger’s Syndrome, are challenging decisions by success…

Right-to-die wife awaits Lords ruling

Author: By Stephen Howard, Press Association She took her case to have the law clarified on assisted dying to the highest court in the land where toda…

Decision day for law on assisted suicide

Author: By Kunal Dutta Ms Purdy, whose MS was diagnosed in 1995, has so far been unable to secure a definitive court ruling that her husband, Omar Pue…

DPP ‘wrong to deny hacker a trial in Britain’

Gary McKinnon, 43, from Wood Green in north London, faces extradition and imprisonment in an American “supermax” jail for a series of hack…

Public figures ‘suing over phone hacking’

Author: By Joe Sinclair, Press Association Several barristers and solicitors have been contacted by various public figures seeking advice, media lawye…