True enough it didn't Our good Lady Theresa May the Home Secretary made a mistake over the date. It is starting to look as if there is another reason for avoiding the deportation of Qatada to Jordan.
May even had the nerve to fly out to Jordan and have a meeting with the authorities there in order to make sure Qatada will be free from torture if he ever arrives in that country. Any ordinary person would not get that. Apparently Qatada faces allegations of terrorism in Jordan but Mrs May was making sure they will not treat him harshly nor beat him. Oh no this is unthinkable.
This is not an April fool joke although you may see it that way. This man has cost the UK a fortune already including £1.5million in benefits which other desperate families will not receive and legal costs. WHY? The man came into the country with a false passport which is more than a valid reason to be deported without any court hearing. He is an illegal immigrant
He is not grateful and happy to be receiving all these extras. He makes no secret about hating this country. So why is he and his family getting special treatment time and time again.All other countries do not consider the European Court of Human Rights decision. They deport their undesirables without further ado. So what is going on here?
Now he will be allowed another court hearing with a team of solicitors, believe it or not. It will add more to the cost. Where is the austerity there. Then along comes UK Prime Minister David Cameron and to crown it all says, "This man has no right to be in the country. (Whaaaat did I read right?) He is a threat to security , he has absolutely no call further call on our hospitality and should deported." Now that is a statement. Mr Cameron definitely stands up for principles.
The only thing which is missing is that he fails to act and deport Qatada. Why all this big talk?. Surely as a Prime Minister he can sign the papers there and then and off you go to Jordan Mr Qatada. Mrs May has now held a meeting with the Special Immigration Appeals Commission as she aims to deport him on 30 April. Will they find another reason or make some more mistake in the papers which will delay the deportation? Mistake in the papers for goodness sake please give a more credible reason.
Tags: Abu Qatada, UK deportation, ECHR, Jordan, Theresa May errors, UK government