UK courts

From his witness statement about struggling under media scrutiny, to the gruelling cross-examination over the royal's past.
Rape victims are waiting more than a year for cases to go to trial, making prosecution targets a 'pipe-dream'.
“It’s been said it only takes one pebble to start an avalanche. In this case it only took one Pebble to start a stampede.”
Sahayb Abu of Dagenham prepared to strike last summer but was arrested after discussing guns with an undercover police officer.
Pc Ben Hannam, 22, had also pleaded guilty to possession of a prohibited photograph of a child.
The male officer was not charged or suspended over the 2017 allegations.
A father-of-two was found dead in a pool at the entertainer's home. No one has ever been prosecuted for his killing.
The rail worker died of coronavirus in April last year, two weeks after allegedly being spat at in London's Victoria station.
David Chambers pleaded not guilty to two counts of fraud and one count of battery.
The victims had hoped for a better life in Britain when they agreed to pay up to £13,000 a head for a “VIP” smuggling service.