Climate campaigners win appeal to prevent new Heathrow runway | AFP

Climate activists celebrate outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London after the Court of Appeals ruled against the building of a third runway at London’s Heathrow airport, saying the UK government had failed to take into account its commitments under the Paris Agreement on limiting global warming.

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Princess Haya leaves the Royal Courts of Justice | AFP

Princess Haya, 45, a wife of 70-year-old United Arab Emirates Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, leaves the Royal Courts of Justice in London where she began a battle over their children’s welfare. Princess Haya applied for a UK forced marriage protection order relating to their children, as well as for wardship of their children, and a non-molestation order relating to herself. IMAGES

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Tommy Robinson supporters celebrate after court orders release of far-right UK activist

Supporters of Tommy Robinson on Wednesday celebrated outside the Royal Courts of Justice at the news that UK judges granted the far-right activist conditional bail while he appeals a finding of contempt of court for live-streaming outside a criminal trial in violation of reporting restrictions.


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YouTuber Becomes First In U.K. To Win Civil Damages In Revenge Porn Case (HBO)

American YouTube star Chrissy Chambers has made legal history in the United Kingdom by becoming the first victim of revenge pornography ever to win civil damages in a public settlement.

“To every victim of this insidious kind of attack, I am here to say: You can fight back and win. You will heal and move on – and you will not have to take those steps alone,” Chambers said in a public statement outside the Royal Courts of Justice in London.

Chambers and her partner, Bria Kam, are two of the most popular lesbian content creators on YouTube. Their channels have close to one million subscribers.

Before coming out, Chambers had a British boyfriend who recorded videos of him having sex with her without her knowledge or consent. He posted them online years after they broke up.

Chambers and Kam waged a very public battle against revenge pornography, documented on their YouTube channel. The landmark victory comes after years of legal struggles on both sides of the Atlantic. Chambers spoke exclusively to VICE News about her story​

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