m and rising, Abu Qatada legal aid bill: And fanatic gets new 450,000 home on the taxpayer

m and rising, Abu Qatada legal aid bill: And fanatic gets new 450,000 home on the taxpayer Cost of Qatada's legal bill 'still rises' as he continues to fight deportationJustice Minister Chris Grayling questions if cost is 'value for money'Preacher and family move into new rented home in London but landlady says she will try to evict him Last month he won his latest appeal against deportation on terror charges | UPDATED: 20:26 GMT, 16 December 2012 Hate preacher Abu Qatada, who has just moved into a new 450,000 taxpayer-funded home, has received more than 500,000 in legal aid. The vast bill for funding the Al Qaeda fanatic’s decade-long legal battle against the British government was last night described as ‘sickening’ by a campaign group

Sister of two brothers who plotted to blow up the London Stock Exchange jailed for having Al Qaeda terror manual on her mobile phone

Sister of two brothers who plotted to blow up the London Stock Exchange jailed for having Al-Qaeda terror manual on her mobile phoneRuksana Begum, 22, has been jailed for one year after editions of an Al-Qaeda magazine were found on her phone in JulyHer brothers Gurukanth Desai and Abdul Miah, were jailed earlier this year for their parts in a plot to attack the London Stock Exchange | UPDATED: 21:49 GMT, 6 December 2012 A young graduate whose brothers are serving prison sentences for planning a terrorist attack on the London Stock Exchanged, has been jailed for downloading Al-Qaeda terrorist material in her mobile phone. Ruksana Begum, 22, who has a first-class degree in accountancy, had two editions of Al-Qaeda's Inspire magazine on her phone, including articles such as 'Targeting the populations of countries that are at war with the Muslims'.