Abu Qatada

Once called "Osama bin Laden's right-hand man in Europe," 52-year-old Abu Qatada first entered Britain in 1993, claiming
Home Office minister James Brokenshire will fly out to Jordan as part of the government's efforts to deport radical cleric
What is the collective noun to describe an assembly of home secretaries, past and present? A rage? A choler? A fury? The better term might be an impotence.
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Theresa May has insisted the priority for the government is to get Abu Qatada deported, but in a Commons debate wouldn't
The government will answer an urgent question on the release of Abu Qatada in the Commons on Tuesday afternoon, after the
The government is "very concerned" by the decision to grant Abu Qatada bail, the attorney general said on Tuesday. But it's
The government will answer an urgent question on the release Abu Qatada in the Commons on Tuesday afternoon, after the decision
Radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada will be released on bail within days, an immigration judge has ruled. In a strongly worded
A radical Muslim cleric accused of posing a grave threat to Britain's national security should be released regardless of