The Court of Appeal on Thursday upheld a 48-million pound (euro70 million, US$94.7 million) divorce settlement for the former wife of an insurance tycoon, one of the largest payouts in British history.
John Charman had argued that the award set by a lower court for Beverley Charman, his wife of 29 years, was "grotesque and unfair."
The Court of Appeal disagreed.
"Neither in its method nor in its result do we regard the judge's treatment of the husband's special contribution as vulnerable to appeal," said Sir Mark Potter, president of the High Court Family Division, who gave the ruling.
Those who convientenly blame Muslims and Islam for "extremism" and "terrorism" should rethink and read the living history for truth, honesty and justice
Brenton Tarrant, the shooter from New Zealand's Christchurch, was not a lone wolf. The West has missed out an important point - the formation of organised Christian extremism