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https://plus.google.com/110821911448845041686 EDL supporter : He may have gone but we're still paying for him: Taxpayer foots £6,000 bill to clean Abu Qatada's filthy...
He may have gone but we're still paying for him: Taxpayer foots £6,000 bill to clean Abu Qatada's filthy house after he was deported to Jordan

His battle to stay in the UK cost the taxpayer in excess of £1million.

But, despite no longer being in Britain, it has emerged Abu Qatada is still costing the public purse - to clean up his former house.

The property in Stanmore, North-West London, has remained vacant since the radical cleric's wife and five children moved out after he was deported last month.

Rubbish is still littered on the driveway outside the four-bedroom home while the garden is overgrown and untidy.

It will cost taxpayers up to £6,000 to get it back in a fit condition before a new family can move in, according to The Sun.

It is estimated the repairs and removal of rubbish from the property could take up to four months.

And, according to agents handling the property, it is costing the Home Office £1,400 every month in rent even though no one is living in it.

This is because the department hasn't handed in its notice to end the year-long tenancy agreement it signed in November.

A source told the newspaper: 'It's been left in a horrible way - it's filthy.

'There are flies buzzing around rotten food in the kitchen. The rest of the house is filled with junk.

'Landlords spent a lot of money doing the place up with carpets and a paint job before they moved in, but it needs it all over again.'

Qatada was first arrested over his alleged terror connections in 2001. He was rearrested in 2005, when attempts to deport him began.

He lodged appeal after appeal, claiming his human rights would be infringed if he was sent home – finally winning his case in the European Court of Human Rights last year.

But Home Secretary Theresa May continued to pursue his removal, signing a landmark treaty with Jordan promising that no evidence obtained by torture would be used against him.

Part of the treaty ensures Qatada's proper treatment in prison.

The Qatadas moved into the taxpayer-funded £450,000 four-bedroom detached house earlier this year while his deportation battle was still ongoing.
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https://plus.google.com/101943494958946442501 NaijaPlux Gist :

Abu Qatada's family leave UK for Jordan
THE family of hate preacher Abu Qatada have left the UK, following him back to Jordan. Abu Qatada, seen here with two unidentified women, has been followed to Jordan by his family The Home Office confirmed that Qatada's w...
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Abu Qatada's family leave UK ~ Current Poltical News
15 August 2013 Last updated at 14:29 ET. Breaking news. The family of radical cleric Abu Qatada, who was deported to Jordan in July, have left the UK, the Home Office says. More to follow. Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to Facebook ...
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https://plus.google.com/108740283150373817062 Treilo World News : Cleric Abu Qatada's family leave UK - BBC News Home Abu Qatada was flown to Jordan last month The family...
Cleric Abu Qatada's family leave UK - BBC News Home Abu Qatada was flown to Jordan last month The family of deported radical cleric Abu Qatada have left the UK, the Home Office has said. It said his wife and five children had dropped an application for leave to remain [] http://ow.ly/2z7Y2s
Cleric Abu Qatada’s family leave UK | Treilo News
BBC News - Home Abu Qatada was flown to
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https://plus.google.com/118364858478846728459 Paul Johnson : Does it look like the sick and evil people in the world are all congregating in Arab countries? What's...
Does it look like the sick and evil people in the world are all congregating in Arab countries?

What's the common denominator here? What is creating these monsters? And is there any cure?

Cleric Abu Qatada's family leave UK http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-23720603
Cleric Abu Qatada's family leave UK

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https://plus.google.com/116051518550694422327 Linkaloo UK : http://uk.beduac.de Abu Qatada's family follow him out of Britain - Telegraph.co.uk http://ow.ly/2z7Juj...
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Abu Qatada's family follow him out of Britain - Telegraph
The family of radical preacher Abu Qatada have left Britain for good after finally dropping their marathon battle to stay in the country.
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https://plus.google.com/100219127439116302959 Allin1SocialDev : The family of deported radical cleric Abu Qatada have left the UK and are expected to join him in Jordan...
The family of deported radical cleric Abu Qatada have left the UK and are expected to join him in Jordan.
Abu Qatada's family leave UK

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Abu Qatada's family leave UK

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https://plus.google.com/101947343653253382226 Robert Byng :

The need for stronger powers against extremists
With Abu Qatada's deportation running in to the millions as the British state fought against the human rights court of the European Union, we are left with several questions which even the pro-European members of the governme...
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https://plus.google.com/110572160297216779162 Setia Budi :

Abu Qatada arrives in Jordan after eight-year deportation battle
David Cameron 'absolutely delighted' at Abu Qatada's departure, saying continued presence in UK had made his 'blood boil'
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https://plus.google.com/113152986924377422879 Gherson Immigration Lawyers : "Human Rights Act must be scrapped" - Home Secretary's views following Abu Qatada's deportation http...
"Human Rights Act must be scrapped" - Home Secretary's views following Abu Qatada's deportation http://bit.ly/18aK1Gj
"Human Rights Act must be scrapped" - Home Secretary's views following Abu Qatada's deportation - Gherson
Home Secretary Theresa May has expressed her view that the Human Rights act must be scrapped following the lengthly process of deportation for Abu Qatada
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https://plus.google.com/112293760445089285143 Fred Alan Medforth :

Abu Qatada and the New Standard of "Rights"
 By Douglas Murray The top priorities of ECHR concerns are matters such as Abu Qatada's "right to a family life." This change meant that he could not be sent somewhere where all these lovely new rights would not be a...
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Jordan court postpones decision on Abu Qatada's bail
A military court on Wednesday postponed until next week a bail application by Islamist cleric Abu Qatada, who faces terror charges in Jordan following his deportation from Britain, his lawyer said.
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https://plus.google.com/108345622341429409452 Blazing Catfur :

Blazing Cat Fur: Guardian’s Former Associate Foreign Editor: ‘I Know Abu Qatada – He’s No Terrorist’
"Even by Guardian standards, Brittain's apologia on behalf of Abu Qatada is simply stunning. And, briefly, for those who may not be completely familiar with Abu Qatada's dossier, here's a summary..." >> Posted by Blazing Catfur at 5:23 PM | add a comment | link to this post | send email | ...
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https://plus.google.com/112299042312916172187 Ijibayiwa Seyi : Radical cleric Abu Qatada deported from UK to Jordan Radical cleric Abu Qatada has appeared in court...
Radical cleric Abu Qatada deported from UK to Jordan

Radical cleric Abu Qatada has appeared in court in Jordan after being deported from the UK.
His plane left RAF Northolt at 02:46 BST for his home country, where he was formally charged with terror offences, which he denies.
Prime Minister David Cameron said he was "delighted" at his removal.
Abu Qatada was first arrested in the UK over alleged terror connections in 2001. He was rearrested in 2005, when attempts to deport him began.
The Palestinian-Jordanian cleric's deportation was finally able to proceed after the UK and Jordan signed a treaty agreeing that evidence obtained through torture would not be used against him.
"This dangerous man has now been removed from our shores to face the courts in his own country," she said.
She added that she wanted to streamline such deportation processes in future.
 
Changes to the bill would affect cases like Abu Qatada's, she said, and also cases in which people facing deportation claim they have a right to respect for their private and family life in the UK, as set out in article eight of the European Convention on Human Rights.
Mrs May said she hoped to reform the convention, and would not rule out the possibility of the UK withdrawing from it altogether.
"Nothing is off the table," she said.
"We're working on that at the moment," the home secretary told the BBC, adding that the Conservative manifesto for the 2015 general election would "set out clearly what we would do in relation to these issues".
Abu Qatada was accompanied on the flight of around five hours by six people from Jordan, comprising three security officials, a psychologist, a medical examiner and his Jordanian lawyer, the BBC understands.
There was tight security as Abu Qatada arrived back in Jordan - where he grew up - for the first time in more than 20 years. He was immediately driven from Marka airbase to the state security court - a journey that would have taken just a few minutes.
While the cleric has become a household name in the UK, when I did an informal survey in Amman remarkably few people had heard of him. Some people who had thought he should not have been sent back here.
One woman believed Abu Qatada was misunderstood. She told me the preacher was "very good for Islam" and that "his followers will be very glad for him to be back."
The 53-year-old had been held at Belmarsh prison in south-east London, from where a convoy of three police vehicles left at midnight.
After arriving at Jordan's Marka military airport he was driven in a green SUV, escorted by a 12-car convoy, to the sealed off state security court in Amman.
Military prosecutors charged him with conspiracy to carry out terrorist acts - relating to a plot to bomb American and Israeli tourists during Jordan's millennium celebrations.
The cleric was remanded in custody for 15 days and taken to eastern Jordan's Muwaqqar prison, a judicial official said.
After the hearing his lawyer Tayseer Diab said: "The attorney general interrogated him today, and he directed a series of accusations towards him - he accused him of conspiracy to take part in terrorist acts.
She said: "The treaty we've signed ensures that there are proper processes of exchange of evidence and will insure the treatment of Abu Qatada and others deported to Jordan."
Asked on Sky News whether Abu Qatada's wife and children would have the right to stay in the UK, Mrs May said they would have to decide what they want their future to be before the government gets involved.
Abu Qatada, whose real name is Omar Othman, was granted asylum in the UK in 1994 but the Security Service came to view him as a threat as his views hardened.
In deporting Abu Qatada, Theresa May has succeeded where many other home secretaries failed - and she is trying to press home the advantage.
Richard Reid, the would-be mid-Atlantic shoe bomber, and Zacarias Moussaoui, both jailed for involvement in terrorism, are said to have sought religious advice from him.
The cleric's sermons were also found in a flat in the German city of Hamburg used by some of those involved in 9/11.
He vowed to fight the UK's 2005 decision to deport him to Jordan to face retrial over bomb plot allegations - setting in motion an eight-year legal battle.
The dispute continued until May this year, when the cleric accepted that his right to a fair trial there was protected by the new treaty between Jordan and the UK.
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https://plus.google.com/115122791478908310160 Time For Truth : Abu Qatada’s jet cost UK taxpayer £50,000, says aviation industry http://ow.ly/mMeeY
Abu Qatada’s jet cost UK taxpayer £50,000, says aviation industry http://ow.ly/mMeeY
Time For Truth | Abu Qatada’s jet cost taxpayer £50,000, says aviation industry
Cost of chartered jet that took radical cleric to Jordan adds to estimated £1.7m spent to have him removed from UK. The private jet flight taken by Abu Qatada to Jordan at the weekend cost the British taxpayer around £50000, according to aviation industry estimates.
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https://plus.google.com/113454198568698205244 Gary D Chance : The Independent - Abu Qatada will be a free man in Jordan soon, his family predict: bail, acquittal ...
The Independent - Abu Qatada will be a free man in Jordan soon, his family predict: bail, acquittal or pardon? http://ind.pn/184RV3K The UK government cannot see the forest for the trees.
Abu Qatada will be a free man in Jordan soon, his family predict
Abu Qatada’s family said on Monday they expected to have him home within days and expressed their hopes court proceedings against the controversial cleric would progress smoothly so he could soon return to normal life. Close friends claimed the decade-long fight to deport Qatada from Britain is unlikely to end in a jail term, and said in their opinion he would almost certainly be cleared by the Jordanian courts.
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"Of course you could quibble over this Europe referendum business and house prices and Rupert Murdoch still being rich and not in prison, but that’s all just loose ends, isn’t it?"
UK can ‘basically pack up now’ after Qatada deportation, Murray win | NewsBiscuit
The prime minister David Cameron has suggested that, after Abu Qatada's deportion and now Andy Murray's Wimbledon victory, the United Kingdom has completed everything that was left to do and can now pack up and go home.
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