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Three Met officers may face charges over rape case
A trio of Metropolitan police officers may face criminal charges over claims they altered an alleged rape victim's statement so proceedings were dropped. CPD Webinars

Cosmetic surgeon may be sued for daring to question 'Boob Job' cream
Dalia Nield is under threat of libel action after saying it was 'highly unlikely' Boob Job cream could increase breast size. Guardian

Miners' compensation claims website under investigation by MoJ
A no win, no fee website set up to farm former coal miners' undersettlement claims is being investigated by the government claims regulator, the Gazette has learned. Law Gazette

Supreme Court ruling to see former MPs stand trial over expenses claims
The Supreme Court has ruled that three former Labour MPs must face a criminal trial over their expenses claims. The Lawyer

Sacked lap dancer loses case
A lap dancer who attempted to bring an unfair dismissal case against Stringfellows has lost her case, a lawyer for the club said today. Independent

English court intervenes to stop Indian case going ahead
An Indian solar panels manufacturer cannot continue legal action in India because to do so would undermine an earlier English court ruling, the High Court in London has ruled. Out Law