Remember Shrien Dewani the man accused of arranging the murder of his new wife, Anni, a Swedish national aged 28, whilst the couple were on honeymoon in South Africa? Dewani has fought extradition to South Africa for some time, citing mental health issues, but his latest appeal has failed and he will be out of the UK within the next 28 days. His wife Anni was brutally murdered in 2010 and Shrien Dewani claimed it was at the hand of robbers. However he was later accused of funding the staged robbery in order that his wife was killed. He returned to the UK and was assessed as suffering from severe depression and PTSD, post traumatic stress disorder. He is currently detained under the UK Mental Health Act. Mr Dewani, a Bristol based businessman, has always maintained that he will willingly return to Soiuth Africa to face trial once he is well but the case has dragged on with no end in sight. When he lost his latest appeal against extradition his legal team asked that his appeal was heard by the highest court in the UK -- the Supreme Court. Monday a panel of judges refused to allow a Supreme Court hearing and Dewani will now be extradited within the next 28 days. His legal team argued that Mr Dewani's health issues could be chronic and untreatable excluding him from extradition from the UK. The judges however were having none of this and a decision was quickly reached. BBC News reports "Prosecutors allege South African national Xolile Mngeni, who was later convicted of premeditated murder and jailed for life, had been hired by Mr Dewani to kill his wife. The legal battle to keep Mr Dewani in England until he is well enough to travel has been ongoing since 2011."