Radical preacher Abu Qatada will discover whether he must remain in custody today after he was arrested for allegedly breaching his bail conditions.
The Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC) is due to hold an urgent telephone hearing this afternoon to determine whether Qatada will be granted bail, a spokesman for the Judicial Office said.
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