Husband loses fight to prevent wife divorcing him over a row about her map reading skills on wine tasting trip to FranceMark Howell and his wife argued after getting lost on French country roadsFamily judge admitted he has similar rows with his own wife Appeal court refused Mr Howell permission to appeal divorce By James Rush PUBLISHED: 13:12 GMT, 25 February 2013 | UPDATED: 20:10 GMT, 25 February 2013 Ruling: Property investor Mark Howell, pictured outside London's Civil Appeal Court, has been refused permission to appeal his divorce A businessman whose wife divorced him after an argument about her holiday map-reading skills has failed in a legal fight to prevent their marriage ending – despite a family judge admitting he has similar rows with his own wife. Property investor, Mark Howell, 60, and his then wife, 51-year old Nalini, argued after getting lost on country road in France while on a wine tasting trip to Burgundy, in August 2011, London's Civil Appeal Court heard
Judge condemns 'endemic' knife culture as gang who battered victim with brandy and champagne bottles before stabbing him to death are jailed for 93 yearsGang stabbed Kelvin Chibueze repeatedly with a foot-long blade Judge criticises 'cowardice and moral bankruptcy' on both sides of the row The teenage victim's best friends refuse to testify against his murderers | UPDATED: 15:27 GMT, 20 December 2012 Mass brawl: Kelvin Chibueze,17, was stabbed repeatedly with a foot-long blade Four killers stabbed a teenager to death after chasing him out of a nightclub brandishing champagne and brandy bottles. Kelvin Chibueze, 17, rushed out of a private party at an east London venue after he was attacked in a mass brawl involving knives and bar stools. But the youth tripped outside a Lidl supermarket and the rival gang members sat on his legs to stop him running away before stabbing him repeatedly with a foot-long blade
Killer who stabbed cannabis dealer to death less than two hours after starting community service is jailed for 23 years Reardon Emanuel, 20, convicted of murder by a jury after a trial at the Old BaileyEmanuel attacked 36 year-old O’Neil Irwin, brutally stabbing him and chasing him down the street on his bicycle Incident happened less than two hours after Emanuel finished unpaid work in the community | UPDATED: 21:05 GMT, 14 December 2012 Victim: O'Neil Irwin left a trail of blood down the street before bleeding to death A killer who stabbed a cannabis dealer to death less than two hours after carrying out unpaid work in the community was jailed for at least 25 years today. Reardon Emanuel, 20, attacked 36 year-old O’Neil Irwin while under the supervision of the Probation Service for having an offensive weapon in public.
A life worth living: Judge backs wife in fight to keep her husband alive after hospital tried to withhold treatment Doctors had wanted to withhold potentially lifesaving care from father Judge Justice Jackson overruled doctors yesterday saying they had undervalued the limited quality of life David James, 68, could still enjoyMr James went to hospital seven months ago with stomach complaint, but contracted pneumonia that led to multiple organ failureJudge described husband's relationship with his family as 'of the closest and most meaningful kind' and this carried 'great weight' in his decisionEmotional evidence heard relatives insisting Mr James smiled when they visited and enjoyed reading the newspaper and seeing his grandchildren | UPDATED: 23:15 GMT, 6 December 2012 The loving wife of a desperately ill musician yesterday won her fight to force a hospital to keep treating him. Doctors had wanted to withhold potentially lifesaving care from David James, 68.
Judge commends ‘remarkable’ rape victim, 15, who tried to keep drug-fuelled attacker calm and asked him to use protection Anthony Judge, 35, jailed for life after kidnapping the schoolgirl at gunpoint then raping her twice in Huddersfield'One wonders what would have happened had she not been so unbelievably calm throughout the process' says judge James Spencer By Steve Robson PUBLISHED: 14:32 GMT, 4 December 2012 | UPDATED: 14:51 GMT, 4 December 2012 Horrific: Anthony Judge, 35, was jailed for life after admitting kidnapping and raping a 15-year-old girl in Huddersfield. She was praised for remaining calm throughout the ordeal and even asked Judge to use a condom A 15-year-old rape victim has been praised by a judge after she tried to talk her drug-crazed attacker into using protection and remained calm throughout her ordeal. Anthony Judge, 35, was jailed for life yesterday after he admitted kidnapping the schoolgirl at gunpoint as she walked to her friend's house for a sleepover in Huddersfield – before raping her twice in a motorway lay-by
Gagged, judge who dared to stick up for marriage: Watchdog rebukes him over involvement in campaign | UPDATED: 22:43 GMT, 4 December 2012 Sir Paul Coleridge is listed as 'founder and chairman' of the Marriage Foundation think-tank A judge was ordered to keep a ‘lower profile’ yesterday – after he spoke out in favour of marriage. Judicial watchdogs rebuked High Court family law judge Sir Paul Coleridge following protests about his involvement in a campaign to make marriage ‘the gold standard of relationships’.
Motorist who hit pensioner, 81, for driving too slowly has jail sentence overturnedPatricia Pearson was punched in the head and mouth by Usman YasinYasin claimed she was driving at 5ph and became infuriated at her speedShe was off to visit her husband in his care home The father of two overtook her, blocked the road with his car and attackedSentence of 16 weeks in prison dropped to 150 hours community service | UPDATED: 16:18 GMT, 30 November 2012 Attacker: Usman Yasin, 30, attacked Patricia Pearson in a vicious road rage attack but has now had his jail term quashed in favour of community service An aggressive male motorist who hit an 81-year-old woman in a road rage attack because she was driving at five mph has had his jail sentence quashed. Pensioner Patricia Pearson was left with deep cuts on her head and face after Usman Yasin overtook and blocked the road before smacking her in the face. She had been driving to visit her husband in his care home
Russian gangster planned to build a mansion with cash made from shipping 13 sex slaves to Britain Sergey Konart, 42, and girlfriend Ekaterina Lolesnikova, 28, ran a 100,000 a year human trafficking ringThe pair brought at least 13 sex slaves to the UK They planned to buy huge house back in Bulgaria with their ill-gotten gainsKonart, who was jailed for 10 years, has been ordered to pay back 150,000 PUBLISHED: 19:06 GMT, 28 November 2012 | UPDATED: 19:07 GMT, 28 November 2012 A Russian gangster planned to build a mansion with the huge profits he made by shipping at least 13 sex slaves into the UK.