Tag Archives: Abu Qatada

News from the United Kingdom, Wednesday 22nd May 2013

Times Higher Education: Campus extremism tackled by new website. ‘A new website has been launched to help universities tackle violent extremism and radicalisation on campus. Run by Universities UK, the new site provides information to help staff and students address issues such as protocols for vetting external speakers, how to engage with the community and police […]

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News from the United Kingdom, Monday 13th May 2013

BBC News: Abu Qatada: Theresa May vows to ‘carry on’ with deportation. ‘The home secretary says she will continue to work to deport Abu Qatada, after his lawyer said the radical cleric would return to Jordan voluntarily if a treaty is ratified. Theresa May said her aim was still to deport Abu Qatada within the rule of […]

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News from the United Kingdom, Friday 10th May 2013

BBC News: Abu Qatada case: Judges to hear bail application. ‘Immigration judges are to decide whether radical cleric Abu Qatada should be released from custody at a hearing this week. His bail application is due to be heard on Friday, the Judicial Office said.’ Ilford Recorder: Redbridge teens among first in UK to be trained to prevent […]

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News from the United Kingdom, Wednesday 24th April 2013

The Guardian: Abu Qatada: court rejects government’s appeal bid. ‘Theresa May’s legal battle to deport the radical Islamist preacher Abu Qatada has suffered a further setback with the court of appeal turning down her attempt to take the case to the supreme court. The home secretary is now expected to try the last remaining legal avenue open to […]

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News from the United Kingdom, Friday 19th April 2013

The Telegraph: Abu Qatada could still be prosecuted in UK, Home Secretary signals. ‘Theresa May said Scotland Yard and prosecutors are still investigating whether they can bring charges against the hate cleric over potentially illegal comments. Qatada was detained last month for allegedly breaching his bail conditions imposed as he tries to fight deportation to Jordan.’ […]

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News from the United Kingdom, Wednesday 3rd April 2013

The Telegraph: Chris Grayling: let’s join forces with Labour to deport Abu Qatada. ‘Mr Grayling says the system has gone “badly wrong” when the UK cannot deport a man “who so obviously despises what we stand for”, and said Conservative attempts to change human rights laws have been thwarted by their Liberal Democrat Coalition partners.’ The […]

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News from the United Kingdom, Friday 29th March 2013

The Telegraph: Nick Clegg: We will deport Abu Qatada. ‘Mr Clegg, the Deputy Prime Minister, said the Government “will get there” despite yesterday losing a legal challenge against a ruling which prevented the cleric being sent to Jordan. The Court of Appeal’s decision to uphold an earlier legal victory by the Islamist preacher has raised fears […]

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News from the United Kingdom, Thursday 28th March 2013

The Guardian: Abu Qatada: Theresa May loses latest attempt to deport Islamist cleric. ‘The home secretary, Theresa May, has lost her latest legal attempt to deport the radical Islamist cleric Abu Qatada back to Jordan. The three appeal court judges, who unanimously dismissed May’s appeal, reminded her in their ruling that “torture is universally abhorred as an evil”, and states […]

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News from the United Kingdom, Friday 22nd March 2013

The Guardian: Police investigate publications found in Abu Qatada’s home. ‘Anti-terrorist police are carrying out a new investigation into the radical cleric Abu Qatada after uncovering evidence that may show he could be spreading extremism across the world. Detectives from the counter terrorism command of the Metropolitan police have seized a vast amount of material – including internet […]

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News from the United Kingdom, Tuesday 12th March 2013

The Guardian: Boy admits possessing explosive substances and bomb-making books. ‘A 16-year-old boy has admitted possessing explosive chemicals and bomb-making books and diagrams. The teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, pleaded guilty to two terror charges and another offence at a hearing at Birmingham magistrates’ court on Monday. He admitted possessing explosive substances […]

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