The BBC's Home Affairs Correspondent Dominic Casciani, has tweeted further details of Abu Qatada's bail conditions, which he said the corporation has just received.
- He must report to a monitoring company when he first leaves and last returns to the property during his free eight hours.
- He cannot have any travel ticket that will take him outside a geographic area around his house, set out in the conditions.
- If he has a chance encounter with an old friend, he has to make his excuses and leave.
Successive governments have tried for years to deport him but Qatada has fought them every step of the way. What next in the ongoing battle?
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.
Terror suspect Abu Qatada will be released from prison today after winning the latest round in his fight against deportation to Jordan.