Oral Answers to Questions — Attorney-General
Theresa May (The Secretary of State for the Home Department, Minister for Women and Equalities; Maidenhead, Conservative)
One of the important messages comes from part of the Court’s decision, which is that where we have memorandums of understanding in relation to the treatment of individuals, that was upheld by the European Court. That is an important part of the judgment. Obviously, as I have said we vehemently disagree with the other part of the Court’s judgment in relation to the issue of a fair trial, which is why we
continue to do what all hon. Members have said they want, which is to see if there are ways we can move to Abu Qatada’s deportation.