Abu Qatada wins final court battle meaning he can stay in the UK for as long as he wants

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

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’.

Britain"s top Catholic cleric accused of "inappropriate acts" against FOUR priests just days before he helps choose the new Pope

Britain's top Catholic cleric accused of 'inappropriate acts' against FOUR priests just days before he helps choose the new Pope Cardinal O'Brien, 74, faces claims of inappropriate attention by four priests One priest alleges 'unwanted behaviour' after late-night drinking Another priest said he was 18 when 'inappropriately approachedO'Brien now faces demands for his immediate resignationBut a former archbishop says people 'must listen' to the cardinal's side O'Brien wrote of his concerns over same-sex marriage in Scotland in The Daily Telegraph.

Abu Qatada moves to a new homeand guess whos paying? Removal men seen loading van with satellite dish and cross-trainer

Abu Qatada moves to a new home – and guess who’s paying Removal men seen loading van with satellite dish and cross-trainerThe cost of monitoring Qatada is already estimated at 100,000 a week He is said to be paying 1,900 a month in rent for the house in Wembley – funded through benefits | UPDATED: 22:43 GMT, 10 December 2012 A few weeks ago Abu Qatada returned to his 400,000 family home with a big smirk on his face. Yesterday he was probably just as happy as the taxpayer funded a move to a new home for the hate preacher and his wife and children.