Prime Minister David Cameron has said he feels exasperated by radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada winning an appeal to stay in Britain.
Terror suspect Abu Qatada was released from Long Lartin prison today after winning the latest round in his battle against deportation.
The terror suspect was granted bail by a senior immigration judge yesterday after ruling that the government had failed to prove he would face a fair trial in Jordan on charges of plotting bomb attacks.
During a visit to Italy where he held a press conference with Italian Prime Minister, Mario Monti, David Cameron said he was "completely fed up" with the fact that radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada won an appeal to stay in the UK.
"He has no right to be there, we believe he is a threat to our country, we've moved heaven and earth to try and comply with every single dot and comma of every single convention to get him out of our country," he said.
"It's extremely frustrating and I share the British people's frustration with the situation we find ourselves in. We will appeal the latest judgement and we will do everything we can to make sure we do have the power to expel and deport people from our country who have no right to be there and who mean us harm," he said.