Abu Qatada

Home Secretary Theresa May has called for something to be done to stop the “crazy interpretation of our human rights laws
Abu Qatada has denied plotting al-Qaida inspired terror attacks at a court in Jordan after a near-decade long battle to deport
The five things you need to know on Sunday 7 July 2013... 1) MEND THE UNION LINK, DON'T END IT Forget Andy Murray, it's a
Enraging politicians, campaigners and his neighbours alike, controversial preacher Abu Qatada has become a household name
Abu Qatada has arrived in Jordan after finally being deported from Britain in the early hours of Sunday morning. The news
Abu Qatada is expected to arrive in Jordan by Sunday, the AFP news agency has reported. The legal treaty between the UK and
A treaty geared towards ejecting radical cleric Abu Qatada from the country has moved another step toward to full ratification
The UK Government is expected to take its final steps today towards ratifying a treaty designed to trigger the removal of
The King of Jordan has authorised a treaty with the UK, paving the way for the deportation of radical cleric Abu Qatada. Once
The fight to remove radical cleric Abu Qatada from Britain has cost the taxpayer more than £1.7 million since 2005, the Home