LONDON, Jan 15 (Reuters) - England cricketer Ben Stokes has been charged with affray following an incident in the city of Bristol last September, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said on Monday.
Ben Stokes, the England allrounder, has been charged by the Crown Prosecution Service with affray.
UK'S CROWN PROSECUTION SERVICES SAYS ENGLAND CRICKETER BEN STOKES TO BE CHARGED WITH AFFRAY FOLLOWING INCIDENT IN BRISTOL LAST SEPTEMBER
There are two possible explanations for the rape scandal now engulfing the police and Crown Prosecution Service. The first is rank incompetence and the second is ideology. Clearly, competence has hardly been on display in the two rape cases that have collapsed within the space of one week. Show More Summary
The participation of Ben Stokes in the one-day series against Australia will depend on whether the Crown Prosecution Service reaches a decision on charges
The Crown Prosecution Service admit they destroyed key emails exchanged with Swedish law enforcement in relation to WikiLeaks boss Julian Assange. Guardian UK reports: Email exchanges between the CPS and its Swedish counterparts over the high-profile case were deleted after the lawyer at the UK end retired in 2014. Show More Summary
The Indian government has brought a new money-laundering charge against a prominent Indian tycoon who is fighting extradition from Britain. Britain's Crown Prosecution Service said Vijay Mallya appeared in court … Click to Continue ...
Writing for Spiked Online, Naomi Firsht gives details of Britain’s latest attack on free speech (my emphasis added). Hate is hate’, says Alison Saunders, director of public prosecutions, explaining the new Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) guidelines on hate crime. Show More Summary
British prosecutors are taking steps to reduce the amount of online abuse that is hurled around by treating hateful speech online the same way it does face-to-face abuse. On Monday the Crown Prosecution Service published new guidelines...Show More Summary
Twelve police forces send files to the Crown Prosecution Service investigating at least a dozen Conservative MPs over their election expenses in the 2015 general election.
London (AFP) – Former Crewe coach Barry Bennell has been charged with four further counts of non-recent child sexual abuse, the Crown Prosecution Service announced on Thursday. Bennell, 63, is due to appear at South Cheshire Magistrates’...Show More Summary
London (AFP) – Former football coach Barry Bennell has been charged with eight fresh counts of non-recent child sexual abuse, England’s Crown Prosecution Service announced Tuesday. The 63-year-old is due to appear at South CheshireShow More Summary
LONDON — Two brothers who exploited Polish workers in Sports Direct's controversial warehouse were jailed for six years under the Modern Slavery Act. According to the Crown Prosecution Service, Erwin and Krystian Markowski shipped Polish...Show More Summary
Twenty-three people and organisations involved in Hillsborough disaster could face prosecution.
A 23-YEAR-OLD Christian woman, whose attempt to bring ‘gender-abortion’ doctors to justice was derailed by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), will tomorrow (02 NOV) ask a court to set aside a crippling legal bill. Aisling Hubert, who lives with her parents in East Sussex and is unable to pay the huge bill, says that the […]
Following the U.K. Maritime & Coastguard Agency’s more than two-year-long investigation into the circumstances surrounding the fatal loss of the yacht Cheeki Rafiki in May 2014, the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has decided to bring charges against Douglas Innes and Stormforce Coaching Limited.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Prosecutions for domestic abuse, rape and sexual offences against women in England and Wales hit a record high in 2015/2016, according to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), which also reported the first cases of "revenge porn".