Deportation

In the wake of the confusion over radical cleric Abu Qatada's deportation status, the government has confirmed it will "vigourously
Theresa May has insisted that Abu Qatada's arrest came after a three-month deadline for him to appeal against deportation
Home Secretary Theresa May will be forced to give a statement to the House of Commons on Thursday afternoon to explain to
Justice secretary Ken Clarke has dismissed the furore surrounding the attempted deportation of terror suspect, Abu Qatada
Home Secretary Theresa May is facing demands for an urgent statement to Parliament amid the "confusion" over the Government's
The order to arrest radical cleric Abu Qatada may have been issued too soon, and before a critical deadline to ask for an
Theresa May is right to have highlighted the need to reform the way foreign national prisoners are dealt with. If she is truly determined to root out unfairness in the current system, however, her concerns should lie with increasing the opportunities available to this group to understand and exercise their rights, and not with limiting their ability to access justice still further.
Radical Muslim cleric Abu Hamza has lost his fight over extradition to the United States. Here is a timeline of key events
Theresa May will order a crackdown on the "abuse" of human rights laws that is stopping foreign criminals being deported
The UK for the last 10 years has tried to extradite Abu Qatada, a terror suspect, to Jordan where he faces trial on charges