Christian retreat ordered to pay 43,000 to Sadia Raza for bullying

'Is that how they run hotels in Pakistan' Bullying Christian retreat manager to pay 43,000 to Asian former housekeeper Single mother Sadia Raza, 49, was bullied by manager Graham HollandHe said if he dropped a cheescake 'Sadia will lick it up off the floor'Tribunal rules the single mother, who earned 93 a week, was victimisedShe says Mr Holland's behaviour was 'hardly Christian-like' .

RBS traders joked about fixing lending rates in exchange for sex and sushi, landing bank with 400million fine

'It’s up and down like a whore’s drawers!' RBS trader’s boast as he fixed bank lending ratesVince Cable wants power to grant loans back in hands of bank managersBusiness Secretary calling for action to reverse decline in lending to SMEsWill demand banks publish details of how much and where they lendCable is due to make a speech at Bloomberg offices in central London bonus and long-term incentive shares.

BBC chiefs to face harsh criticism from Savile inquiry as report over their conduct is published

BBC chiefs to face harsh criticism from Savile inquiry as report over their conduct is published | UPDATED: 00:00 GMT, 19 December 2012 BBC executives will face stinging criticism today over their handling of the Jimmy Savile scandal. A string of bosses knew that Newsnight had uncovered damning evidence suggesting the late entertainer had systematically targeted young girls for sex.

Amy Winehouse death inquest to be reheard as coroner was not properly qualified

Inquest into the death of singer Amy Winehouse to be reheard as coroner was not properly qualifiedCoroner Suzanne Greenaway recorded a verdict of death by misadventureMs Greenaway was appointed to her role in July 2009 by her husband | UPDATED: 08:54 GMT, 18 December 2012 Tragic: The Back to Black star was found dead at her north London home last year, aged 27 The inquest into the death of singer Amy Winehouse will be reheard because the coroner was under-qualified, according to a spokesman for Camden Council. The move comes after an investigation found Suzanne Greenaway, who oversaw the inquest into Winehouse's death, did not have the correct qualifications for the role.

High Court judge Kuldip Singh QC accused of jumping red light tries to have case thrown out because it is "unfair and oppressive"

High Court judge accused of jumping red light tries to have case thrown out because it is 'unfair and oppressive' Kuldip Singh QC, 58, clocked doing 64mph in 30mph zone and jumping red light in his C-Class MercedesCase has already been listed seven times and had four hearingsSingh said the prosecution is 'oppressive' and should be dropped | UPDATED: 17:47 GMT, 6 December 2012 Accused: Kildup Singh, QC, was clocked going through a red light at speed 1.4 seconds after it had changed to stop A High Court judge accused of jumping a red light at more than double the speed limit is battling to have his case thrown out claiming it is 'oppressive'. Kuldip Singh QC, 58, was clocked racing through a central London junction at 64mph in his 3.2 litre C-Class Mercedes Benz a full 1.4 seconds after the light had turned red

Leveson Inquiry: Law to gag press is illegal as it breaches Human Rights Act

Bombshell by Leveson's own adviser: His law to gag press is illegal as it breaches Human Rights Act (but she's banned from telling you what she advised inquiry)Shami Chakrabarti blasts Labour leader Ed Miliband’s ‘hasty and ill-considered’ endorsement of the reportDirector of Liberty also rebuked pro-legislation pressure groups such as Hacked Off for 'ill-informed debate' | UPDATED: 12:44 GMT, 2 December 2012 One of Lord Justice Leveson’s key advisers last night delivered the bombshell verdict that his demand for compulsory press regulation would be illegal.

Bombshell by Leveson"s own adviser: His law to gag press is illegal as it breaches Human Rights Act (but she"s banned from telling you what…

Bombshell by Leveson's own adviser: His law to gag press is illegal as it breaches Human Rights Act (but she's banned from telling you what she advised inquiry)Shami Chakrabarti blasts Labour leader Ed Miliband’s ‘hasty and ill-considered’ endorsement of the reportDirector of Liberty also rebuked pro-legislation pressure groups such as Hacked Off for 'ill-informed debate' | UPDATED: 00:50 GMT, 2 December 2012 One of Lord Justice Leveson’s key advisers last night delivered the bombshell verdict that his demand for compulsory press regulation would be illegal. In an exclusive interview with The Mail on Sunday, Shami Chakrabarti, director of the civil rights group Liberty, said any such clampdown would breach the Human Rights Act and be open to legal challenge. Her intervention is hugely significant because as one of only six ‘assessors’ who helped guide the inquiry and its conclusions, her position threatens the viability of key parts of the report.