The row over the deportation of Abu Qatada is set to be reignited again today as Britain tries to secure a deal on reforms that will see European human rights judges intervene less in British affairs.
The Justice Secretary Ken Clarke is hosting a conference of representatives of the 47 member nations of the Council of Europe in Brighton. Mr Clarke will try and find agreement among the Council which oversees human rights, democracy and law across all member nations.
Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke insists that Britain has steered through real reforms to the European Court of Human Rights.
The row over Abu Qatada is set to be reignited as Britain tries to secure a deal that could see European human rights judges intervene less.