Abu Qatada was denied bail by a judge who said it would be "exceptionally problematic" to allow the radical preacher to remain on London's streets during the Olympic Games.
Qatada will remain in a British prison for at least five months as he launches fresh action against the Government's bid to deport him.
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Accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, the Queen will attend the opening ceremony of the fifth session in the Holyrood chamber.
Ms Leadsom has received the backing of Ian Duncan Smith, the former work and pensions secretary.
The former shadow work and pensions secretary is considered a more viable candidate than Angela Eagle, a Labour source has told ITV News.