Abu Qatada can’t return to Britain after acquittal
The Government has insisted there is no chance of Abu Qatada being allowed back into Britain after the radical Islamist preacher was acquitted of terrorism offences by a court in Jordan.
Britain fought a legal battle lasting nearly a decade to deport the cleric; he was finally put on a flight to Amman in July last year.
Following Abu Qatada’s legal victory todday, David Cameron’s spokesman said: “He can’t come back, and he won’t come back. He is a Jordanian and he does not have a UK passport. He would not be granted permission to enter the UK. End of story.”
He had been accused of plotting two terror attacks against Western targets in Jordan in the late 1990s. The 53-year-old was cleared by civilian judges at the State Security Court in Amman, but remains in jail awaiting prosecution on separate terror charges
Stamford Hill council removes 'unacceptable' posters telling women which side of the road to walk down
Kim Kardashian 'nude pictures' leaked on 4chan weeks after Jennifer Lawrence 'The Fappening' scandal
Iranian blogger found guilty of insulting Prophet Mohammad on Facebook sentenced to death
Hitler’s former food taster reveals the horrors of the Wolf’s Lair
Jennifer Lawrence 'naked sex video' will be leaked next, threatens 4Chan celebrity photo hacker
- 4 Iranian blogger found guilty of insulting Prophet Mohammad on Facebook sentenced to death
- 5 Free U2 album: How the most generous giveaway in music history turned into a PR disaster
£70000 - £80000 per annum: Ashdown Group: Group Head of Marketing and Communic...
Negotiable: Randstad Education Manchester: Level 3 Nursery Nurse required for ...
Negotiable: Randstad Education Manchester: L3 Nursery Nurses urgently required...
Negotiable: Randstad Education Manchester: We have a number of schools based S...