Strict bail conditions mean two hours of freedom each day will not coincide … – Daily Mail


Daily Mail
Strict bail conditions mean two hours of freedom each day will not coincide
Daily Mail
By Ian Drury And Tim Shipman and Charles Walford Hate preacher Abu Qatada is believed to have walked free from prison this evening to return to his family. The final bail conditions have been agreed, leaving the radical cleric clear to be released from
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