Michael Brewer

Sex abuse choirmaster Michael Brewer loses plea against six-year sentence

'It seems to us that he escaped justice for a very long time indeed and that justice has now caught up with him' says judge

Sergeant Danny Nightingale outside the court of appeal in London

Medical discharge for former Army sniper Danny Nightingale

An SAS sniper facing a retrial on gun charges is to be medically discharged from the Army, it was confirmed today.

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Evidence of forme  detective who ‘exposed’ corrupt network in Met Police called into question

Crime victims now allowed to appeal if suspects are not prosecuted

Director of Public Prosecutions claims victims have historically been treated as 'bystanders'

Brazil v England match to go ahead following 'bureaucratic failure'

Judge Adriana Costa dos Santos has reversed her ruling that the stadium was unsafe

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Gary Dobson was given a life sentence at the Old Bailey in January last year

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One of the two men jailed for the racist murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence lost a move to challenge his conviction today.

Abu Qatada at his northwest London before he returned to prison for allegedly breaching bail conditions

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Radical cleric will face judges at Special Immigration Appeals Commission

Real IRA murders: Brian Shivers cleared of 2009 double murder of British soldiers at Massereene barracks in Antrim

Sappers Mark Quinsey and Patrick Azimkar were gunned down by two masked gunmen as they collected pizzas outside the gates in 2009

Sergeant Danny Nightingale outside the court of appeal in London

SAS sniper facing retrial for illegal possession of pistol and ammunition Danny Nightingale recommended for medical discharge

SAS sniper Sergeant Danny Nightingale, who faces a retrial for illegally possessing a pistol and ammunition he had earlier been convicted of, has been recommended for medical discharge, his lawyer said today.

Sergeant Danny Nightingale and his wife Sally after his conviction was overturned

SAS sniper Danny Nightingale faces retrial for illegally possession of pistol and ammunition

He loses last-minute claim that prosecutors acted improperly

Damages payment cut for prisoner released 10 months late

A man who spent 10 more months in prison than he should have done because of administrative errors has seen his damages cut from £10,000 to £6,500 by the Supreme Court.

Henning Berg pictured after his appointment as Blackburn Rover manager

Blackburn ordered to pay Henning Berg after case is thrown out of the High Court

Manager was sacked by Rovers after 57 days in charge

Abu Qatada deportation: UK has new treaty with Jordan to expel radical Muslim cleric, says Home Secretary Theresa May - but it could take months

David Cameron has made a pitch to the Tory right after he raised the prospect of temporary withdrawal from the European Convention on Human Rights in an attempt to deport the extremist preacher Abu Qatada from Britain.

Permission has been refused for the Home Secretary Theresa May to appeal to the Supreme Court

Fresh blow for Government over Abu Qatada deportation

Now Theresa May must ask permission from the Supreme Court to appeal to it directly

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