Qatada, 51, once described as ‘Osama bin Laden’s right-hand man in Europe’, is free to continue fighting his deportation to Jordan – where he’s wanted on suspicion of a Millennium bomb plot…

The bail conditions will be similar to those set in 2008, with Qatada confined to his home for all but two one-hour periods each day. He will also be allowed to take one of his children to school…

The radical, who has cost the UK taxpayer more than £1million in benefits, prison and legal fees, is being held at Long Lartin high security prison in Worcestershire after breaching previous bail terms.

Qatada will be released despite the Home Secretary stating that he would be kept behind bars while she considered all legal options to send him back to Jordan.