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David Cameron warned on votes for prisoners

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Abu Qatada to hear verdict after eight year deportation battle

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Further to yesterday's obituary of Claude Cheysson, in one phase of our lives, from 1976 to 1979, Cheysson and I came to know each other extremely well, writes Tam Dalyell.

Evidence against Abu Qatada 'extremely thin' says immigration judge as he decides whether terror suspect can be deported to Jordan

Some of the evidence against terror suspect Abu Qatada, who is fighting deportation to Jordan to face a retrial, is “extremely thin” the immigration judge hearing his case said today.

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