Deadlines and deportations: what next in Qatada farce?

Briefing Thu 19 Apr, AT 10:27

Efforts to deport the radical cleric hinge on whether the Home Office got its dates right

Berners-Lee slams government snooping and warns Google

Summary Wed 18 Apr, AT 10:44

Plans to spy on internet use must be stopped; Google and Facebook might not be around forever

Abu Qatada

Abu Qatada arrested, but deportation could take months

One-Minute Read Tue 17 Apr, AT 16:00

Theresa May says Jordan has offered assurances that will allow cleric to be removed from UK

Louise Mensch

Troll threatens Louise Mensch: which child should die?

First Post Wed 11 Apr, AT 09:06

Internet troll found guilty of sending 'Sophie's Choice' email to MP after she suggested Twitter clampdown

Abu Hamza

Abu Hamza can be extradited - but ECHR isn't off the hook

First Reaction Tue 10 Apr, AT 13:09

Human rights court says five terrorism suspects can be sent to US, but critics still demand change

Internet snooping plans will 'inevitably' go wrong

First Reaction Tue 3 Apr, AT 08:34

Government plans to track email and phone usage under fire from Tory MPs and ‘snooping watchdog'

Divorce should be blameless, says top family judge

One-Minute Read Tue 27 Mar, AT 15:28

It is no longer necessary to demonstrate that you were the innocent party, says Sir Nicholas Wall

Briton sought by Portuguese over attempted murder – again

First Post Tue 20 Mar, AT 16:07

A man acquitted of attempting to murder a tourist 17 years ago faces a retrial

Locked-in syndrome man: right-to-die breakthrough

Briefing Mon 12 Mar, AT 12:45

Tony Nicklinson is told that his court case, which could lead to a doctor being allowed to kill him, may proceed

Chris Tappin

Extradited businessman Tappin to appear in US court today

First Post Mon 27 Feb, AT 10:33

Chris Tappin's case is piling pressure on the government to revise UK extradition treaties