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Abu Hamza

Asked for the Prime Minister’s reaction to the European Court of Human Rights ruling to halt the extradition of Abu Hamza, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) said that there was nothing to add to what the Home Office had already said; we would await the court’s judgement in the case, and in the meantime the individuals in question would remain in custody.

Asked if there would be any changes to the extradition arrangements between the UK and the US, the PMS said that the Government’s position remained as set out in the coalition document.

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