The court ruling that settled Abu Hamza's fate has raised concerns for the rights of others fighting to be tried in Britain
The Huffington Post UK | By Dina Rickman
The family of one of the terror suspects who lost a last-ditch bid to avoid extradition to the US has called the decision "inhumane" as human rights lawyers question why they can't be tried in the UK.
Ashfaq Ahmad father of Babar Ahmad gives his reaction to the possibility that Babar Ahmad may be extradited to the US.
Dominic Casciani explains Babar's extradition case.
Dr Amna Ahmad gives her reaction to the news Babar is to be extradited - she speaks to Victoria Derbyshire on Radio 5 Live.
Karl Watkin the British businessman explains his reasons to halt the extradition of Babar Ahmad to the US.
Fahad Ansari Human Rights Lawyer speaks about the decision to extradite Babar Ahmad to the US.
Fahad Ansari Human Rights Lawyer and Patrick Mercer Conservative MP discuss the extradition of Babar Ahmad to the US.
Keith Vaz speaks to ITN about Gary McKinnon and Babar Ahmad in view of the ECHR decision that Americas Supermax prisons are more pleasant than european prisons and that Abu Hamza will be well treated in America and it is OK to extradite Hamza. In the media Babar Ahmad and Talha Ahsan get lumped in with the much despised Hamza, although there is no connection whatsoever. Babar Ahmad has spent 8 years in a uk High Security prison without charge or evidence for a crime that was committed entirely in the UK. Talha Ahsan went to the police to help clear Babar Ahmad's name he thought. He was also locked up in a high security prison without charge or evidence. He has been there now for 6 years.
The businessman seeking to halt the extradition of Babar Ahmad to the US on terror charges tells Channel 4 News why he hopes to bring a private prosecution against him.