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.
Abu Qatada's presence here is reassuring, claims top Liberal Democrat Justice Minister Lord McNally said the legal protection preventing Abu Qatada's deportation is 'part of what makes us a civilised society'Seven-year bid to deport him has cost taxpayers 500K in legal aid aloneGovernment has made a new attempt to deport the radical preacher By Jason Groves PUBLISHED: 03:38 GMT, 12 March 2013 | UPDATED: 08:14 GMT, 12 March 2013 Britain's inability to deport hate preacher Abu Qatada shows the controversial Human Rights Act is ‘working’, a senior Liberal Democrat minister has claimed. In an astonishing intervention, Justice Minister Lord McNally said the legal protection given to the man once dubbed Osama bin Laden’s right-hand man in Europe was ‘part of what makes us a civilised society’.
Election of new Pope could come sooner than expected if enough cardinals make it to Rome to form a voting conclave in timeVatican spokesman says cardinals may agree to radical proposal to bring forward the succession vote He says rules are open to 'interpretation' and there have been church talks35,000 have asked for tickets to Benedict's final audience in St Peter's Square By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 15:00 GMT, 16 February 2013 | UPDATED: 18:50 GMT, 16 February 2013 The election of a new Pope could start sooner than the earliest possible date of March 15, it emerged today. Under Vatican rules, there is always a 15-20 day waiting period before Cardinals vote in a conclave after the papacy becomes vacant. But the announcement of Pope Benedict XVI that he will retire on February 28, means they will have plenty of time to get to Rome to take part in the election .
Now workers face waiting until 70s for a state pension: But new flat rate means mothers won't lose out in most radical reforms for a century David Cameron and Nick Clegg will announce plans for new flat-rate pension New rate will be more generous and is expected to be worth 155 a weekBut the state pension age will increase further in years aheadIain Duncan Smith said the changes will be 'brilliant for women' By James Chapman PUBLISHED: 00:47 GMT, 5 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:01 GMT, 5 January 2013 Women will benefit from the most radical pension reforms for a century – but younger workers will have to delay their retirement into their 70s and beyond, it emerged last night. David Cameron and Nick Clegg will next week outline plans for a new, more generous flat-rate pension, expected to be worth 155 a week. But the sting in the tail is that the state pension age – already set to rise to 67 for both men and women between 2026 and 2028 – will increase further in the years ahead
Labour plays politics with gay weddings | UPDATED: 22:32 GMT, 16 December 2012 Mess: Prime Minister David Cameron has been criticised for his proposals on gay marriage. David Cameron's messy compromise on gay marriage has come under a siege of criticism
2m for victim of cancer unable to have children… but she wants even more following two botched smear tests by health board Helen McGlone had two smear tests but pre-cancerous cells not spotted The 33-year-old was forced to have a hysterectomy when it was discovered She sued for 20million for loss of earnings but was awarded 2million Lord Bannatyne rejected her claim at Edinburgh Court of Session Her lawyer said she is considering appealing the award | UPDATED: 21:13 GMT, 15 December 2012 Disappointed: Dr Helen McGlore, at Edinburgh Court of Session, sued for 20million after two smear tests failed to spot pre-cancerous cells A woman left unable to have children after a health board failed to spot her cancer has been awarded more than 2million in damages. Helen McGlone, 33, claimed medical negligence ended her prospects of a high-flying career in the financial sector and will force her to use a surrogate mother to have children.
Brave Rosie, 5, has her legs AMPUTATED to fix her spine… and stop her internal organs from crushing her to death Rosie was born with a gap in her spine that left her body lacking supportThe five-year-old's lower legs were also folded under her in rare disorderShe then had her lower legs amputed and the bone inserted into her spine | UPDATED: 18:23 GMT, 10 December 2012 A girl whose organs were slowly being crushed under their own weight because of a spinal defect has been saved – after doctors amputated her legs and inserted the bones into her back.