Asil Nadir has been ordered to pay back £5m of the £29m he stole from his Polly Peck business empire or serve an extra six years in prison.
A former Conservative treasurer has said that the party has a "moral duty" to return the £440,000 it received from Asil Nadir's Polly Peck company in the 1980s.
Asil Nadir has been sentenced to ten years' imprisonment.
That's 10 in all.
Asil Nadir, for almost 20 years Britain's most famous fugitive from justice, has been found guilty of three counts of theft relating to his time as the boss of the Polly Peck empire which collapsed in 1990.
Court No 8 at the Old Bailey felt listless , like a Cypriot village square on a hot summer's afternoon, its energy seemingly dissipated by the five months it has spent examining opaque company structures and complex transactions relating to the £150m theft charges alleged against Asil Nadir before he dramatically fled Britain in 1993.