The Non-EU Migration Problem That Can't Be Fixed by Brexit - But Which Could Have Been Solved Years Ago
The real immigration problem is not migration from the EU but from outside the EU, over which the UK has had complete control all along, but which has soared out of control nevertheless. How did this come about? And how can the problem be solved?
Fears have been raised over the possibility of another deportation nightmare similar to the saga of Abu Qatada after a convicted
Abu Qatada was first arrested in the UK in 2001 In 2001 he went on the run after being questioned over alleged links to a
Radical preacher Abu Qatada, who was deported from the UK, has been found not guilty of terrorism offences in court in Jordan
What is it about the European Court of Human Rights that the home secretary takes such exception to?
The wife and two children of the radical Islamist cleric Abu Qatada have now left the UK, it has been revealed. The family
The family of radical cleric Abu Qatada has followed him out of the UK, it has been revealed. The Home Office said Qatada's
Abu Qatada has been denied bail by a Jordanian military court. His lawyer, Taysir Diab, said no reason had been given for
The whole point about the principle of universal human rights is that they apply to everyone - even to people that many of us find objectionable, such as the alleged terrorist orchestrator Abu Qatada... I oppose what Abu Qatada stands for and no doubt he does not share my values. However, even people I oppose have human rights. Our distaste for particular individuals should never be the basis or motive for changes in the law - least of all changes that diminish our hard-won collective liberties.
"Good riddance" will be the understandable reaction of many to Abu Qatada's departure from these shores. But we should be wary of those politicians led by Theresa May and including David Cameron, who seek to make capital of the legal obstacles that prevented Abu Qatada's forced expulsion...