Terror suspect Abu Qatada arrived back to his home in North West London today, to chants of 'Get him out'.
The Muslim cleric won his battle against extradition to Jordan yesterday -- and was released on bail.
This morning he was driven from prison in Worcestershire to Wembley -- where journalists, photographers and a small group of protesters were waiting, as Toby Sadler reports.
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