Theresa May on the ECHR and Abu Qatada (Audio)

BBC Radio 4 Today: The Home Secretary Theresa May has said that if the UK gets the assurances it is seeking from the Jordanian government about the deportation of the radical cleric Abu Qatada “that enable us to deport then obviously we’ll be deporting”. Speaking after her recent visit to the country for talks with King Abdullah, Mrs May told Today presenter John Humphrys that she wants to sure that deportation of Abu Qatada is “sustainable” and that “we don’t have to bring him back to the UK”.

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