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Talks with the Jordanian authorities over deporting radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada have been "positive", Theresa May has said.
The Home Secretary has been in Jodrdan to seek assurances that if the cleric is put on trial he is not to be tried based on evidence obtained through torture.
The Government hopes an agreement between the UK and Jordan can restore legality to the decision to deport Qatada, who has had to remain in UK after his return to Jordan was declared illegal.
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05/03/2012 on BBC News
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