Prime Minister David Cameron has spoken of his frustration that Abu Qatada is still in the UK.
Speaking at a news conference in Italy, where he has travelled for talks with his counterpart Mario Monti, he said: "I'm fed up he's still at large in the country. It's extremely frustrating".
Mr Cameron also said that the latest judgement will be appealed.
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