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Abu Qatada appeal due

Home Secretary Theresa May's appeal against the decision to allow radical preacher Abu Qatada to stay in the UK will begin today - three days after he was arrested for breaching bail conditions.

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Home Secretary confirms rearrest of Qatada

Home Secretary Theresa May confirms re-arrest of Abu Qatada.

The Home Secretary announced today that radical cleric Abu Qatada will be 're-detained' following a hearing at the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (SIAC).

Theresa May said that by 2015, "We will need a plan for dealing with the European Court of Human Rights".

She added: "I want to be clear that all options including leaving the Convention all together should be on the table".

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