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Recent articles by Haroon:

NHS England waiting times for gender dysphoria patients unlawful, court hears

Trans claimants want high court to declare that NHSE broke law by failing to meet 18-week target to start treatment → Read More

Mermaids: why has the trans charity been in the news?

The claims and counter-claims against the charity at the heart of the debate over trans children → Read More

Three UK foreign secretaries ‘failed to call for release of Briton held in Nigeria’

Nnamdi Kanu was unlawfully detained and tortured in Kenya before being taken to Nigeria, high court hears → Read More

TV property presenter Jonnie Irwin reveals he has terminal cancer

A Place in the Sun and Escape to the Country host hopes he can inspire others to ‘make the most of every day’ → Read More

Tony Adams leaves Strictly Come Dancing due to injury

The former Arsenal captain left the show urging those suffering from mental health issues to get the help they need → Read More

King Charles leads Remembrance Sunday for first time as monarch

Monarch lays wreath at Cenotaph in central London during ceremony watched by thousands of veterans → Read More

People who do not ‘look like’ typical judge have lowest trust in judiciary

Exclusive: survey of more than 5,000 adults across Great Britain appears to validate attempts to increase judicial diversity → Read More

UK rolling back efforts to tackle modern slavery, charity says

Reclassifying modern slavery as immigration issue and rhetoric of ‘abusing the system’ are among concerns levelled at government → Read More

One in 300 animal welfare complaints at UK farms lead to prosecution – study

Exclusive: charities say animal abusers are not being held to account as figures show small number of inspections → Read More

Almost 75,000 defendants awaiting crown court trial, says head of CPS

Budget cuts would be ‘catastrophic’, warns Max Hill, director of public prosecutions for England and Wales → Read More

Phone hacking: Mirror Group to pay damages to ex-partner of Kerry Katona

David Cunningham wins apology and ‘substantial’ damages over articles published in 2005 and 2006 → Read More

London woman found guilty of decapitating friend over inheritance

Jemma Mitchell murdered Mee Kuen Chong after victim backed out of giving her £200,000 to repair home → Read More

Black judges will be under-represented in judiciary until 2149, says Law Society

Findings based on current rate of improvement in proportion of judges from under-represented groups → Read More

Descendant of Doctor Zhivago author loses copyright court case

Anna Pasternak alleged Lara Prescott copied elements of her book about her great uncle Boris’s lover → Read More

Failure to investigate UK imports linked to forced Uyghur labour unlawful, court told

World Uyghur Forum brings high court challenge against government agencies over Xinjiang cotton imports → Read More

Law Society has ‘duty’ to tell solicitors to shun underpaid work, says president

Incoming leader Lubna Shuja says some criminal work is unsustainable, amid calls for a 15% pay rise → Read More

Child sexual abuse inquiry: key recommendations

‘Centrepiece’ finding is failure by person in position of trust to report abuse allegations should be criminal offence → Read More

Inquiry calls for new offence in England and Wales of failing to report child abuse

Final report of independent inquiry into child sexual abuse also urges creation of scheme to compensate victims → Read More

What is the child sexual abuse inquiry and why did it take seven years?

Independent inquiry for England and Wales set up in 2015 after Jimmy Savile and Rolf Harris scandals dogged by controversy → Read More

Judiciary in England and Wales ‘institutionally racist’, says report

Exclusive: more than half of legal professionals in survey said they saw a judge acting in a racially biased way → Read More