Terror suspect Abu Qatada's legal aid bill stands at more than £500,000 and is still rising, the Government has disclosed.
As of December 5, the Legal Services Commission (LSC) had paid out £515,778 to Abu Qatada in legal aid.
Final bills have not been received.
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