Abu Qatada deportation reviewed by lawyer Constance Briscoe

The recorder and barrister Constance Briscoe said the UK has been left a "laughing stock" over Theresa May's handling of attempts to deport Abu Qatada to Jordan.

She said successive governments had left Britain "vulnerable to terror and attack" over the failure to deport him over the last decade.

She was joined Alan Johnson, Michael Portillo and Charles Kennedy in the studio to debate her film.

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