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"Theresa May Exiled Me to Pakistan Via a 'Secret Court'"

Dilly Hussain | Posted 13.04.2015 | UK Politics
Dilly Hussain

Speaking to me from Pakistan via Skype, a British-born man claims his family are victims of the UK's secret courts, after he and his three sons were stripped of their citizenship in 2011 for alleged links to Al Qaeda and a banned Pakistani terror group.

Home Office Attempts To Take Qatada Bid To Highest Court

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 17.04.2013 | UK

The government has asked permission to take its fight to remove Abu Qatada from the UK to the highest court in the land. The appeal to the UK Supre...

Who Is The Brains Behind Abu Qatada?

The Huffington Post UK | Tom Moseley | Posted 27.03.2013 | UK

Abu Qatada is celebrating after leaving the government with another legal bloody nose in the Court of Appeal on Wednesday. The hate-preaching cleri...

Abu Qatada To Stay In UK

PA/The Huffington Post UK | Posted 27.03.2013 | UK

Abu Qatada has been allowed to stay in the UK, the Court of Appeal has ruled, in a fresh blow to Theresa May, who had appealed to overturn a decision ...

Gestapo Courts

Annie Machon | Posted 29.11.2012 | UK Politics
Annie Machon

As a former MI5 intelligence officer, I am not an apologist of terrorism although I can understand the social injustice that can lead to it. However, I'm also very aware that the threat can be artificially ramped up and manipulated to achieve preconceived political goals. I would suggest that the concept of secret courts will prove fatally dangerous to our democracy. It may start with the concept of getting the Big Bad Terrorist, but in more politically unstable or stringent economic times this concept is wide open to mission creep.

It Could Be 'Many Months' Before Qatada Is Deported, Says Theresa May

The Huffington Post UK | Chris Wimpress | Posted 17.04.2012 | UK Politics

The home secretary Theresa May has warned it could be "many more months" before Abu Qatada is deported from Britain, despite his arrest earlier on Tue...