After a decade of legal wrangling an appeal court decision has made it all but impossible for the government to deport Abu Qatada. The three judges ruled there is a "real risk of a flagrant denial of justice" if the radical cleric has to stand trial in Jordan on terror charges.
The Home Office insists the legal battle isn't over. Juliet Bremner reports from the Royal Courts of Justice.
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