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May signs Jordan Qatada treaty

The Home Secretary Theresa May has said she had signed "fair trial guarantees" with Jordan that she believes will reassure British courts that torture evidence would not be used against Abu Qatada, allowing his deportation from the UK.

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Lawyer: Theresa May is criticising the justice system

Conservative MP Peter Bone has told Daybreak that he believes Abu Qatada should be deported.

He said: "Our supreme court said he should go, my argument is that if the supreme court said he should go, he should go."

Peter Bone, Conservative MP and David Enright, Human Rights Lawyer Credit: Daybreak

Disagreeing with Mr Bone, human rights lawyer David Enright said: "It's a terribly dangerous thing when a senior politician like yourself, and Theresa May, denigrate judges, denigrate the rule of law and denigrate the justice system."

He added: "That is the only thing that separates us from terrorists."

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