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PM 'fed' up' over Abu Qatada

David Cameron has expressed his frustration at terror suspect Abu Qatada, saying: "I'm fed up he's still at large in the country." Qatada has been released on bail after winning the latest round in his legal fight against deportation to Jordan.

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Tory MP: Public interests come before European court

Conservative MP Peter Bone has told Daybreak that the interests of the public should be put before the European Court in the case of Abu Qatada.

"Enough is enough," he said. "Put this terrorist on a plane and send him home and worry about the European Court afterwards. There are times when we need to put the public interest in front of the European Court and this is one of them."

He added: "The highest court in this land, our Supreme Court, has said he can go back. Now, if the highest court in this land says he can go back, then he can go back. We should not be kow-towing to this 'Mickey Mouse' European court. The Supreme Court should be the ultimate court."

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