Abu Qatada

The UK for the last 10 years has tried to extradite Abu Qatada, a terror suspect, to Jordan where he faces trial on charges
When it comes down to the issue of human rights, we are entirely in the hands of the government. So when your government (and prime minister) has such a questionable reputation with regards to human rights as the UK's, those that believe in equality should really think twice before supporting the country's evolution beyond a need for the European Court of Human Rights.
David Cameron has hit out at the European Court of Human Rights saying it should not "undermine its own reputation" by intervening
David Cameron is seeking to change the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) so that it no longer serves as an automatic
Abu Qatada, the radical Islamic cleric who is fighting extradition to Jordan, could be free within days, according to the
David Cameron is under increasing pressure to withdraw Britain from the European Convention of Human Rights. Senior Tories
Radical cleric Abu Qatada cannot be sent back to Jordan because it would be a "flagrant denial of justice", human rights