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Cameron 'fed up' at Qatada situation

Cameron 'fed up' at Qatada situation
David Cameron has said he is “completely fed up” with the ongoing battle to deport Abu Qatada from the UK, after the radical cleric was released on bail today. Yesterday a British immigration court ruled Qatada could not be deported because he might not face a fair trial in Jordan. Speaking on a visit to Italy, the Prime Minister said: "I am completely fed up with the fact this man is still at large in our country, he has no right to be there, we believe he's a threat to our country."

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