Saad al-Hilli: Orphans of Alps massacre "to be adopted by their aunty" after being put into foster care

Aunt of little girls orphaned in Alps massacre 'wants to adopt them after they were put into foster care'Aunt Fadwa al-Saffar preparing legal bid to become legal guardian of childrenGirls were orphaned in the French alps massacre in September last year Have been placed with foster family but own family want to adopt them /10/1418450360_1935691309001_vs-509109252b13b0e4f9b19e34-1471893301001.jpg” class=”plcHlder” /> Loading video… DM.has('rcpv1935651607001','BC', {'renderConfig' : { 'css' : “videoplayer-large”, 'autoplay' : false, 'muted' : false, 'title' : “Archive footage of Alps massacre”, 'videoId' : 4411, 'adsEnabled' : true, 'playerId' : “1989148206001”, 'playerKey' : “AQ~~,AAAAAFSL1bg~,CmS1EFtcMWELN_eSE9A7gpcGWF5XAVmI”, 'objId' : “rcpv1935651607001”, 'videoPlayer' : “1935651607001”, 'width' : 636, 'height' : 358, 'linkBaseURL' : “http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2276427/Saad-al-Hilli-Orphans-Alps-massacre-adopted-aunty-foster-care.html” } });

"Mosque buster" claims he can stop "tide of Islam" by giving free advice on how to block building plans for new places of worship

'Mosque buster' claims he can stop 'tide of Islam' by giving free advice on how to block building plans for new places of worship Gavin Boby, once linked to EDL, calls for people to come to him for helpLawyer boasts he has already blocked plans for 16 mosques being built He claims Islam encourages paedophilia, sexual abuse and pimping By Larisa Brown PUBLISHED: 12:49 GMT, 13 January 2013 | UPDATED: 13:03 GMT, 13 January 2013 A planning lawyer and self-styled 'mosque buster' claims he is fighting to stop the 'tide of Islam' by successfully blocking plans for the building of mosques across the UK.

David James: Family"s fury after hospital wins legal battle to let grandfather, 69, die if illness deteriorates

They've sentenced Dad to death: Family's fury after hospital wins legal battle to let grandfather, 69, die if illness deterioratesDavid James, 69, contracted pneumonia during a hospital visit and has been bedridden sinceHis wife May and daughter Julie lost landmark High Court battle last week Local hospital have been allowed to put the retired musician on the Liverpool Care Pathway if his health deteriorates | UPDATED: 10:40 GMT, 29 December 2012 'Smashing': David James's standard comment on his health may not last long Last night, as she has done every night for the past eight months, May James visited her husband in hospital and asked him how he was. Despite the fact he breathes via a ventilator and, since undergoing a tracheotomy (the surgical opening of an airway in the neck), can speak only in a whisper or mouth the words, his response was typically cheery

Free IVF for murderers is criminally offensive

Free IVF for murderers is criminally offensive | UPDATED: 00:13 GMT, 29 December 2012 Offensive: The European Court of Human Rights has decreed that convicted killers have an inalienable right to state-funded IVF How unimaginable must be the despair and disbelief of the many childless couples in Britain who long for a baby after learning that murderers and drug-dealers are to get state-funded fertility treatment while behind bars. Thanks to the vagaries of the NHS postcode lottery, so many law-abiding, hard-working couples struggle to receive even one free round of IVF

Abu Qatada goes for a walk monitored by new top of the range cameras

That's a nice CCTV system you've got in your street Mr Qatada! Freed terror suspect goes for a walk monitored by new top-of-the-range cameras | UPDATED: 19:38 GMT, 23 December 2012 CCTV cameras have been installed outside the home of hate preacher Abu Qatada to monitor him around the clock, it was reported today. They were used to keep track of the Al-Qaeda sympathiser, 52, when he went on a rare journey out yesterday

Put your son before your beliefs: Neon"s uncle in plea to sister who STILL can"t accept brain-tumour boy needs vital radiotherapy

Put your son before your beliefs: Neon's uncle in plea to sister who STILL can't accept brain-tumour boy needs vital radiotherapy | UPDATED: 23:17 GMT, 22 December 2012 Fighting on: Sally Roberts, the mother of Neon The uncle of seven-year-old Neon Roberts – the boy whose mother Sally has fought a court battle to stop doctors using radiotherapy to treat his brain tumour – has urged her to put her beliefs aside to save her son’s life. And Tony Leese revealed Mrs Roberts’s quest to find ‘alternative’ cures for her son was in part prompted by a doctor’s careless comment that radiotherapy would ‘fry’ her son’s brain

Cancer boy"s mother is more cruel than caring

Cancer boy's mother is more cruel than caring | UPDATED: 23:59 GMT, 21 December 2012 No one should doubt the sincerity of Sally Roberts in seeking alternative treatment for her gravely ill son, Neon, as he battles brain cancer. However misguidedly, she believes she has her boy’s best interests at heart. To that end, she went on the run with the seven-year-old, refusing to allow him the treatment that experts said would help save his life.

Everyone is to blame but me, insists Patten: BBC chairman faces calls to resign after blasting MPs, the Press and even his own lawyers over…

Everyone is to blame but me, insists Patten: BBC chairman faces calls to resign after blasting MPs, the Press and even his own lawyers over Entwistle's 450,000 payout Entwistle was paid to leave the BBC in November after 54 days in the jobHe was also handed private healthcare for a year, legal fees and a PR budget as part of the dealBBC Trust chair Lord Patten says they are looking into getting some of the Entwistle money back after damning Pollard review The peer also admits he chose the wrong man when he employed him as Director-GeneralMPs looking at the pay-off said it was an 'unacceptable use of public money' Labour's Margaret Hodge goes to war with BBC over pay and gold-plated benefits of its senior staff | UPDATED: 07:54 GMT, 21 December 2012 BBC chairman Lord Patten faced renewed calls to resign yesterday after he accused a parliamentary committee of ‘shabby’ treatment when it criticised ex-director-general George Entwistle’s bumper payoff. The Tory peer clashed with Labour MP Margaret Hodge, chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, over a report which attacked the ‘cavalier’ use of public money to give Mr Entwistle a ‘reward for failure’ after a mere 54 days in the job.

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Patten must take the blame for a sorry saga

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Patten must take the blame for a sorry saga | UPDATED: 00:19 GMT, 21 December 2012 It was a shameless display of sneering arrogance. In his interview on the Radio 4 Today programme yesterday, everyone, according to Lord Patten, was to blame for the BBC’s shortcomings over the Savile and McAlpine scandals but the Trust chairman himself. The primary target of his scorn was the Commons Public Accounts Committee, which he twice accused of ‘shabby’ behaviour for daring to criticise the 450,000 severance deal – double the legal entitlement – that he authorised to failed Director General George Entwistle

Home Office could use 217,000 of Abu Qatada"s assets to help pay cost of keeping him in Britain

Home Office could use 217,000 of Abu Qatada's assets to help pay cost of keeping him in Britain Home Secretary Theresa May reveals move to raid the hate preacher's cashLegal aid bill alone is already 500,000Qatada continues to fight deportation to Jordan to face terrorism charges | UPDATED: 21:37 GMT, 18 December 2012 The Home Office will try to use 217,000 of Abu Qatada's cash and assets to help pay for the cost of keeping him in the country, it has been revealed The Government could use frozen bank accounts and seized assets belonging to hate preacher Abu Qatada worth 217,000 to help cover the cost of keeping him in the country. Home Secretary Theresa May told the Home Affairs Select Committee that officials will look at raiding Qatada's cash and assets to pay for his huge legal bills