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The Home Office has welcomed the decision of an immigration tribunal to refuse Abu Qatada bail. The radical cleric has been in custody since March, when he was detained for breaking existing bail conditions. At a hearing of the Special Immigration Appeals Commission in London, Mr Justice Irwin ruled Qatada must remain...
HOME OFFICE WMS: Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Government response to the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation’s report on the operat...
David Anderson said a judicial treaty with Jordan would always have meant Abu Qatada having to leave the UK. "You could say he jumped before he was pushed, but I ...
Keith Vaz said ministers should be cautious about Abu Qatada's claim that he will leave Britain if a judicial treaty with Jordan is ratified. "Now we don’t know t...
The Government is “absolutely determined” to deport Abu Qatada, Number 10 said today. The news comes after radical cleric's barrister said he will return to Jorda...
Yvette Cooper, Shadow Home Secretary, said: "This could be very good news if it means Abu Qatada returns to Jordan as soon as possible - as we all agree he should ...
10/05/2013 on PM, Radio 4
10/05/2013 on BBC News
07/05/2013 on Daily Politics, BBC 2
29/04/2013 on Newsnight, BBC 2
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