Abu Qatada wins final court battle meaning he can stay in the UK for as long as he wants

Will Qatada ever be kicked out Court of Appeal blocks Home Office from taking fight to the highest court in the land to remove hate Government cannot take deportation campaign to the Supreme CourtDecision means it is very likely Qatada can stay in UK indefinitelyHome Office to appeal again to kick out 'dangerous man' By Rob Cooper PUBLISHED: 13:29 GMT, 23 April 2013 | UPDATED: 14:08 GMT, 23 April 2013 Hate preacher Abu Qatada appears to have won his battle to stay in Britain for good after the Government was blocked from taking its fight to deport him to the Supreme Court. Home Secretary Theresa May had launched a final attempt to get the radical cleric kicked out of the UK.

Rapist who humiliated his victim by filming sex attack has his "unduly lenient" sentence nearly doubled

Rapist who humiliated his victim by filming sex attack has his 'unduly lenient' sentence nearly doubledHesam Khosravi kicked and beat victim and threatened to tape her mouthImmigrant, 24, pulled her around by hair and forced her to perform sex actLaughed about assault during harrowing half-hour video filmed on iPad Appeal court describe watching footage as 'excruciating'Khosravi has his sentence increased from six to 11 years By Rob Cooper PUBLISHED: 16:12 GMT, 12 April 2013 | UPDATED: 18:01 GMT, 12 April 2013 Rapist: Hesam Khosravi, 24, today had his 'unduly lenient' sentence increased from six to 11 years An Iranian immigrant who filmed himself raping a woman at knife-point on his Apple iPad today had his 'unduly lenient' sentence nearly doubled. Hesam Khosravi, 24, kicked and beat his victim and threatened to tape her mouth up during the attack in Trafford, Greater Manchester. He was originally jailed for six years but the Court of Appeal increased his term to 11 years.

Husband Mark Howell loses fight to prevent wife divorcing him over a row about her map reading skills on wine tasting trip to France

Husband loses fight to prevent wife divorcing him over a row about her map reading skills on wine tasting trip to FranceMark Howell and his wife argued after getting lost on French country roadsFamily judge admitted he has similar rows with his own wife Appeal court refused Mr Howell permission to appeal divorce By James Rush PUBLISHED: 13:12 GMT, 25 February 2013 | UPDATED: 20:10 GMT, 25 February 2013 Ruling: Property investor Mark Howell, pictured outside London's Civil Appeal Court, has been refused permission to appeal his divorce A businessman whose wife divorced him after an argument about her holiday map-reading skills has failed in a legal fight to prevent their marriage ending – despite a family judge admitting he has similar rows with his own wife. Property investor, Mark Howell, 60, and his then wife, 51-year old Nalini, argued after getting lost on country road in France while on a wine tasting trip to Burgundy, in August 2011, London's Civil Appeal Court heard

Death row Briton Lindsay Sandiford set to launch her appeal

Death row Briton Lindsay Sandiford set to launch her appeal By Simon Parry PUBLISHED: 00:51 GMT, 10 February 2013 | UPDATED: 00:53 GMT, 10 February 2013 A British grandmother facing the firing squad in Bali for drug smuggling will appeal against her sentence tomorrow, her lawyer has revealed. Lindsay Sandiford was caught smuggling almost 5kg of cocaine worth 1.6 million into the country from Bangkok last May

Down comes the house that Sandy built: Cottage that became symbol of hurricane is bulldozed as America moves on

Down comes the house that Sandy built: Cottage that became symbol of hurricane is bulldozed as America moves onPrincess Cottage in New Jersey is razed to the ground in just 15 minutesThe house had remained standing despite being ripped in half by the winds150-year-old waterfront property is one of 50 in the area being demolished | UPDATED: 11:18 GMT, 24 December 2012 The waterfront house that became the symbol of the destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy has been torn down. Princess Cottage in New Jersey had been ripped in half by the devastating winds that battered the east coast of the United States in October. A bulldozers finished the job on Friday, tearing down the 150-year Front Street house in the seaside town of Union Beach

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Patients must have dignity until the end

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Patients must have dignity until the end | UPDATED: 00:26 GMT, 22 December 2012 Sadly, it has been a year in which disturbing questions have been asked about the way Britain’s health service – so admirable in so many ways – treats the sick and dying. There have been terrible instances of patients being killed by malnutrition and dehydration. Only this month, the Labour MP Ann Clwyd told how her husband – treated with ‘indifference and contempt’ by NHS nurses – had died ‘like a battery hen’.

Banker sacked for being too successful in line for multi-million payout after winning Supreme Court fight against former employer

Banker sacked ‘for being too successful’ in line for multi-million payout after winning Supreme Court fight against former employerRaphael Geys already argued his case in the High Court and Court of AppealHe claimed he had been dismissed without cause by bank Societe GeneraleTold High Court in 2010 that he doubled income of his division to 395millionSaid he was sacked for being too successful and bank considered provisions in his contract too generous Wrongful dismissal: Former bank executive Raphael Geys could claim damages A high-flying City banker who claimed that he was sacked for being ‘too successful’ today won a Supreme Court fight with his former employers. Judges ruled that Raphael Geys, former managing director of European fixed income sales for French bank Societe Generale, could claim damages for wrongful dismissal. Mr Geys – who was employed by the bank’s London branch and claimed that he had been dismissed without cause – had already argued his case in the High Court and Court of Appeal.

Madeleine "detective" from U.S accused of swindling 30k from extradited

Madeleine 'detective' from U.S accused of swindling 30k from search fund extradited Kevin Halligen will be flown to Washington on Thursday after losing his High Court appealIn 2008, Halligen's company signed a contract to help find Maddie, who went missing a year earlier | UPDATED: 23:36 GMT, 15 December 2012 No leads: Madeleine McCann A self-styled security consultant accused of swindling the Madeleine McCann fund out of 300,000 is to be extradited to the United States this week to face fraud charges. Kevin Halligen, 53, lost his final appeal before the High Court in London on Friday and will be flown to Washington on Thursday to face allegations of cheating former business partners out of 1.2 million

Hunt for Bengahzi killers of Ambassador Christopher Stevens "held back by Libya"

Hunt for killers of U.S. Ambassador in Benghazi 'being held back by Libya' – as Republicans claim military not FBI should investigate attack | UPDATED: 23:30 GMT, 11 December 2012 At large: The men who killed Ambassador Christopher Stevens have not been caught Three months after Ambassador Christopher Stevens, a diplomat and two CIA contractors were murdered in Benghazi, there is no sign of the killers being brought to justice by the United States. The investigation into the attacks has been hampered by the reluctance of the Libyan authorities to move against the Islamist terrorists identified by the FBI as responsible for the killing, according to American officials briefing the 'New York Times'

Abu Qatada: Home Secretary given permission to appeal against decision allowing radical preacher to stay in UK

Home Secretary given permission to appeal against the decision allowing radical preacher Abu Qatada to stay in the UKTheresa May has been given the go-ahead by the Court of Appeal with a date for a hearing in London yet to be setThe Special Immigration Appeals Commission ruled that Qatada should not be deported to Jordan where he has been convicted of terror charges | UPDATED: 20:30 GMT, 5 December 2012 Home Secretary Theresa May has been granted permission to appeal against the decision to allow radical preacher Abu Qatada to stay in the UK, court officials said today. She has been given the go-ahead by the Court of Appeal with a date for a hearing in London yet to be set. Last month the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) ruled that Qatada should not be deported to Jordan where he was convicted of terror charges in his absence in 1999