Appearing before the home affairs select committee, not only did Theresa May suggest that Abu Qatada could be prosecuted in Britain if sufficient evidence can be wielded against him (as per the video below), but she also took at pop at the ECHR for having “moved the goalposts” over his deportation. Her frustrations with Strasbourg are becoming quite a theme.
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