A court has been hearing how Bristol born comedian Justin Lee Collins began a "campaign of abuse" against a former girlfriend.
The prosecution claims that Mr Collins, seen here at an earlier hearing and who denies causing fear of violence, kept notes of Anna Larke's past relationships, had hit her in the face and pulled her hair.
The prosecution claims that Mr Collins, seen here at an earlier hearing and who denies causing fear of violence, kept notes of Anna Larke's past relationships, had hit her in the face and pulled her hair. The trial continues
The case of a Wiltshire man who is fighting for the right to die is set to continue today (Weds). Tony Nicklinson from Melksham has been paralysed since he had a stroke eight years ago. He wants a doctor to be allowed to lawfully end his life.
His family have been attending the hearing at the High Court in London. It's expected to last till Friday.
A man from Wiltshire has taken his fight for the right to die to the High Court. Tony Nicklinson, from Melksham, is paralysed with so-called 'locked-in syndrome'.
In an email to judges he said if a doctor is NOT allowed to help him take his own life, he'll be condemned to a world of increasing misery. His wife said whatever happens, there can be no happy ending. Bob Constantine reports.
Three High Court judges are to hear the case of a severely disabled man from Wiltshire who wants the right to die with help.
Tony Nicklinson from Melksham has been paralysed since he had a stroke eight years ago. Mr Nicklinson wants a doctor to be allowed to lawfully end his life. The hearing in London is expected to last four days.
A senior detective is due to give evidence at the inquest into the death of an MI6 spy. Gareth Williams was due to move back to GCHQ in Cheltenham from a secondment when his body was found in a bag at his London flat in August 2010. The hearing is expected to last four days.
An inquest into the death of a 16 year old girl who died at Frenchay Hospital in 2006 begins today. Diana Moore's family claim a number of chances to diagnose the disease that killed her were missed. They say they just want to find out the truth about what happened to her.
Bristol Crown Court has heard how a woman received death threats after video of her being dragged across the floor of a police station by a custody sergeant made headlines. CCTV showed Pamela Somerville being thrown on to the floor of a cell by Wiltshire Police Sergeant Mark Andrews.
She'd been detained for failing to provide a sample for a breath test after being found asleep in her car. The charges were later dropped. Today during an appeal hearing against a separate drink-drive conviction, the court heard how the incident changed her life.