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David Anderson QC, the Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, said "the key to (the Qatada) case really lies in Jordan".
Shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper has attacked Theresa May's handling of the Abu Qatada case.
She told Daybreak she was left "worried" by the Home Secretary's approach.
Jordan is seeking to assist the UK in efforts to appeal the ruling against the deportation of radical Islamist cleric Abu Qatada, according to the Associated Press.
Jordan's acting Information Minister Nayef al-Fayez said today the kingdom's constitution and a constitutional court "guarantee a fair trial" for the terror suspect.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has told Daybreak the Coalition Government will do "everything we can to challenge" Abu Qatada's legal fight.
Shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper has told Daybreak her Government counterpart Theresa May was "absolutely right to appeal" Abu Qatada's bail ruling.
But she said the Home Secretary's legal strategy to get the terror suspect deported had gone "very badly wrong."
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has told Daybreak the Coalition Government will do "everything we can to challenge" Abu Qatada's legal fight "every step of the way" to rid him from the country.
Conservative MP Peter Bone has told Daybreak that the interests of the public should be put before the European Court in the case of Abu Qatada.
"Enough is enough," he said. "Put this terrorist on a plane and send him home and worry about the European Court afterwards. There are times when we need to put the public interest in front of the European Court and this is one of them."
He added: "The highest court in this land, our Supreme Court, has said he can go back. Now, if the highest court in this land says he can go back, then he can go back. We should not be kow-towing to this 'Mickey Mouse' European court. The Supreme Court should be the ultimate court."
The home affairs committee chairman Keith Vaz last night told BBC News the Abu Qatada case had cost taxpayers £1 million:
Abu Qatada's solicitor Gareth Peirce welcomed the ruling that the cleric could be released, saying:
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The terror suspect smiled as he arrived home, having been freed from jail as a result of a win in the latest round of his deportation fight.