400,000 bill for rapist we can't deport: Somali criminal is still in prison ten YEARS after completing his sentenceUnnamed man completed his jail term in September 2002Ministers are powerless to kick him out Judges have refused to deport Somali nationals because it breaches 'human rights' | UPDATED: 23:23 GMT, 10 December 2012 A Somali rapist who cannot be deported because of human rights laws has spent nearly a decade in prison since completing his sentence – at a cost to taxpayers of 400,000. The man, who has not been named, was jailed for eight years for a serious sexual assault but completed his jail term in September 2002
Proportion of young Muslim men in youth jails rises by more than a quarter as one in five offenders say they follow faithProportion of youth offenders in custody from black and minority ethnic communities also rose slightly to 42 per cent | UPDATED: 11:59 GMT, 7 December 2012 The proportion of young Muslim men in youth jails in England and Wales rose by more than a quarter last year, figures showed today.
George Galloway's former secretary and Met Police anti-terrorism officer arrested for data protection offencesSenior Met officer Afiz Khan arrested on suspicion of mis-using Met databaseHis wife, George Galloway's former secretary, arrested 'on suspicion of data protection offences'Respect MP claimed in October the pair were running a 'dirty tricks' campaign against him | UPDATED: 13:40 GMT, 7 December 2012 George Galloway’s former secretary has been arrested – along with her anti-terrorism officer husband – on suspicion of data protection offences. Aisha Ali-Khan and her husband, Detective Inspector Afiz Khan, were both arrested on Wednesday on suspicions relating to the mis-use of police databases.
Man's home trashed by 21st birthday party revellers after it got out of control while parents were on holiday | UPDATED: 10:29 GMT, 5 December 2012 A man has admitted causing a public nuisance after more than 1,000 people turned up to his 21st birthday party which had been advertised on Twitter and Facebook. Revellers flooded to the party, dubbed Project XXX, at Oliver Boorman's parents' home in Tewin, Welwyn, Hertfordshire. The party was advertised on social networking sites Facebook and Twitter in the days leading up to the event on September 29.
2.3m pupils being let down by schools: Watchdog chief condemns 'postcode lottery' | UPDATED: 01:54 GMT, 28 November 2012 Sir Michael Wilshaw, Ofsted's senior inspector, said the difference in teaching standards is 'unacceptable' More than two million children attend under-performing schools amid a ‘postcode lottery’, Ofsted’s chief inspector revealed yesterday. Sir Michael Wilshaw said there were ‘completely unacceptable’ differences in standards, even within affluent suburbs where youngsters are let down by coasting schools.