Babar Ahmad, the British man jailed without trial since 2004 while fighting extradition on terror charges, has pleaded to be tried in Britain and accused the police of "outsourcing" his case to the US. Ahmad, accused of running a US-hosted website that encouraged terrorism, said he had never been formally questioned about the allegations against him or been presented with any evidence.

Ahmad, speaking on BBC Radio 4's World at One programme following a high court challenge by the broadcaster to secure the interview, admitted he had previously fought "battles" in Bosnia but said he believed terrorism to be wrong. He accused the British police of "outsourcing" the case to the Americans. He said: "All the offences against me are alleged to have happened in this country. "I believe terrorism to be wrong and I believe targeting and killing innocent people to be wrong."

Read more: The Guardian