May warns over human rights laws

The Home Secretary has told MPs something must be done to address the "crazy interpretation of our human rights laws" to prevent a lengthy and costly deportation battle, as seen with terror suspect Abu Qatada, from happening again.

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May: Action over 'crazy' reading of human rights laws

Terror suspect Abu Qatada was deported to Jordan yesterday. Credit: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

The Home Secretary says action must be taken to address the "crazy interpretation of our human rights laws" - as seen with terror suspect Abu Qatada - to prevent lengthy and expensive deportation battles from happening again.

Theresa May told MPs: "I have made clear my view that in the end the Human Rights Act must be scrapped."

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