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.
We're determined to deport him. We strongly disagree with the court ruling and we're going to challenge it, we're going to take it to appeal. We're absolutely determined to see this man get on a plane and go back to Jordan.
He doesn't belong here, he shouldn't be in this country. He's a dangerous person. He wanted to inflict harm on our country and this Coalition Government is going to do everything we can to challenge this every step of the way to make sure that he is deported to Jordan.
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.