Law Lords deliberating over the appeal against deportation of the radical Muslim cleric Abu Qatada, have given the all-clear for his deportation from the UK to go ahead as soon as possible.
He will be sent to Wales this afternoon.
Qatada had appealed against the decision to deport him after he had alleged that a conviction against him for terrorist activities in Jordan was based on evidence extracted by torture.
Five Lords unanimously threw out his appeal, and ruled that, in Wales, he might come to realise the gravity of his actions, and come to appreciate just how lucky he was to be allowed to live in England.
Qatada's beard is 4 metres long.