Abu Hamza and four other terror suspects are believed to be on their way to the United States after losing a last-ditch court
A terror suspect who lost a last-ditch bid to avoid being sent for trial in America has said he is not anti-extradition or
Terror suspects Babar Ahmad and Syed Ahsan may yet have an "11th hour" reprieve from extradition to the US as they prepare
Lawyers for Abu Hamza have argued that his poor health means he should not be extradited as he and four other terror suspects
The director of public prosecutions will not allow a private prosecution of terror suspects Babar Ahmad and Syed Ahsan, because
Terror suspect Babar Ahmad has launched a High Court bid to halt his removal from the UK to the United States, the Judicial
A key part of Hamza's legal argument was utterly absurd and it beggars belief that he has been able to delay extradition on this point.
The family of one of the terror suspects who lost a last-ditch bid to avoid extradition to the US has called the decision
Imprisoning British citizens without charge or trial goes against everything that Britain or what being British stands for.
Last week, the European Court of Human Rights ruled that six alleged terror suspects could face extradition to the United States. While extensive media coverage have been given to Abu Hamza, who has been convicted of soliciting to murder and stirring up racial hatred and jailed in the UK for seven years, the voices of Babar Ahmad and Talha Ahsan were almost silent.