The Supreme Court has ruled that the minimum income barrier that stops many British citizens bringing a foreign spouse to the UK is lawful.Read the full story ›
A father last year won a landmark High Court ruling blocking a £120 fine for taking his daughter to Florida during term time.Read the full story ›
Theresa May still wants to press on with her plan to trigger Article 50 by March, which would mean Britain could leave the EU by March 2019.Read the full story ›
ITV News visited Scotland and Wales on Tuesday and spoke to members of the public after the verdict was announced.Read the full story ›
Gina Miller, the woman who took the government to court over Brexit and won, tells ITV News of the abuse she has endured to get justice.Read the full story ›
The businesswoman and philanthropist endured abuse and media intrusion as she became the face of the legal challenge against the Government.Read the full story ›
Legislation to ensure the Government can trigger Article 50 by the end of March will be introduced "within days."
Brexit Secretary David Davis maintained Theresa May will stick to her timetable to leave the EU - despite losing its Supreme Court Brexit battle.
Speaking in the House of Commons, the Tory MP said the ruling - which stated that May needs Parliamentary approval before triggering Article 50 - would not derail Government plans.
He said the Supreme Court ruling did not affect the fact Britain will be leaving the EU in line with the result of the 2016 referendum, telling MPs: "There can be no turning back.
"The point of no return was passed on June 23 last year."
The Scottish First Minister issued strong words after it was ruled the devolved powers will not get their own vote on triggering Brexit.Read the full story ›
The decision by Britain's most senior judges represents one of the biggest constitutional cases in British legal history.Read the full story ›