Asked if the government was looking at all options to deport Abu Qatada, including temporarily leaving the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR), the PMS said the Prime Minister had been very clear that all options to deport this dangerous man should be considered. He reminded journalists that the Home Secretary had set out a process based on a treaty agreed with the Jordanian government, as well as seeking permission from the Supreme Court to appeal.
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