Mark Reckless, MP for Rochester and Strood, tells Home Secretary Theresa May that the continuing failure of the Home Office to deport Abu Qatada is a ‘craven surrender to the European court’.
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Indeed it is. Until the Conservatives actually do something about the absurd EU, they will lose many many seats to UKIP.
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