An extremist who exposed gaping holes in Britain's border controls will be free to walk the streets after a judge granted him bail.
Sheikh Raed Salah entered the country last month despite an order banning him from doing so.
He was eventually arrested and locked up but is using human rights laws to try to remain. Now, in a further blow, the High Court last night released him from custody while his case is dealt with.
Salah, 52, who has been described in the House of Commons as 'virulently anti-Semitic', could be at large for months as the legal challenge makes its way through the courts. Lawyers for the leader of the Islamic Movement in Israel argued he did not pose a security risk and should be let out.