On benefits in Birmingham, the African war criminal we can't kick out: Rant of 'murderer' staying on human rights grounds is being funded by tax payer By John Stevens PUBLISHED: 00:24 GMT, 23 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:24 GMT, 23 March 2013 Benefiting from Britain: Ex-Sudanese Janjaweed fighter Mohamed Issa Salim at home in Birmingham A war criminal who took part in attacks in which countless civilians were killed is living rent-free at taxpayers’ expense in a large house in the West Midlands. Mohamed Salim, 27, claimed he was in a militia that ‘wiped out entire villages’ in his native Sudan
Hate preacher Abu Qatada may be re-homed AGAIN at taxpayers' expense after details of his latest address are leaked on internet | UPDATED: 12:13 GMT, 29 December 2012 Hate preacher Abu Qatada could be rehomed at the expense of tax-payers after details of his latest address was leaked online. The 52-year-old's current 450,000 home in North London was publicised on a Facebook page and discussed on Twitter
Bravery medals including George Cross and Military Medal amassed by private collector sell for 312,000 at auctionBachelor William Oakley's collection was unknown to relatives and friendsOnly came to light when he died aged 81 with money going to family Haul off 33 medals included a George Cross, which sold for 93,000 | UPDATED: 22:21 GMT, 26 December 2012 A collection of bravery medals secretly collected by a bachelor has sold for more than 312,000. William Oakley kept the medals in his modest semi-detached house for over 40 years, with his secret obsession unknown to friends and relatives.
'Just don't bring a terrorist in the house': Family's warning to estate agent who then rented home to Abu Qatada Terror preacher put up in 450,000 north London house without owner's knowledgeLandlady vows to evict 52-year-old and family, who are in property on six-month leaseCost of Qatada's legal bill said to be 'still rising' as he continues to fight deportationLast month he won his latest appeal against deportation on terror charges | UPDATED: 10:19 GMT, 17 December 2012 Hate preacher Abu Qatada has been housed in a property belonging to a family who told the rental agent they did not want it let to terrorists. The brother and sister who own the 450,000 three-bedroom house in north London were suspicious about their new tenants, but only realised who their notorious tenant was after being tipped off by journalists
Millionaire’s ex-wife tied up in her home as raiders flee with cash and jewellery Shelia Quadrini, 69, was doused in petrol and left tied up for over an hourManaged to escape by dialing 999 with her tongueHer ex-husband Michael, also 69, opened the Tuxedo Princess, the famous floating nightclub on the Tyne, in the 1980s | UPDATED: 17:54 GMT, 8 December 2012 The ex-wife of nightclub tycoon Michael Quadrini was tied up in her home in Gosforth, Newcastle on Thursday night while raiders plundered cash and jewellery before fleeing. Sheila Quadrini, 69, was left bruised and shocked but was not seriously injured. Her ex-husband Michael, also 69, made a name for himself on the Tyneside club scene in the 1980s when he opened the Tuxedo Princess, the famous floating nightclub on the Tyne.
Festive family adorn their home with 20,000 Christmas lights display featuring reindeer, Santas and even a snow machine Twin brothers Paul and Lee Brailsford have decorated house for 16 yearsWallace and Gromit turned on 2012 display which costs 450 a day to run | UPDATED: 13:07 GMT, 3 December 2012 A grandmother's semi-detached house has been transformed into a winter wonderland after her builder sons spent weeks decorating it with tens of thousands of Christmas lights.
Amy Winehouse's home sells for 1m less than hoped after becoming an unofficial shrine to the singerThe house in Camden, north London, was today bought for 1.9million The musician died at the property from alcohol poisoning in July last year Fans still visit the house to pay their respects to the singer The four-storey, semi detached house has three bedrooms, large garden, and a music room with sound proofed walls | UPDATED: 19:04 GMT, 3 December 2012 The London home where singer Amy Winehouse died has today sold at auction for nearly 1million less than the original asking price. The late singer's period property was originally put on the market for 2.8 million but Amy's father Mitch decided to reduce the asking price and sell it at auction after being inundated with viewing requests by fans. And the north London house, which has become an unofficial shrine to the singer, was today sold for just 1.9million