Saturday, 26 January 2013

'No end in sight' to terror suspects' deportation battle

Six Algerian terror suspects fighting to stay in Britain for seven years should be deported but there is “no end in sight” to legal challenges, a senior immigration judge has admitted. 

The men include associates of radical cleric Abu Hamza and al-Qaeda mastermind Osama bin Laden, as well as two fanatics linked to a ricin poison plot, and all are free on Britain's streets under strict bail terms.
Mr Justice Mitting agreed with Theresa May, the Home Secretary, that assurances from Algeria over their treatment meant they should be deported.



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