I think the BIG question is more so "IF" they serve there time here are they then accepted as a british citizen & free to roam our streets, whilst it is true some of them have never been found guilty BUT even so would u like the fact they are living next door..?
If some of them are innocent then the remaining prisoners are guilty they are from a network of "Cells" that have underground contacts & some of them would take there own lives to proove there point & i for one would not feel safe living in the same town knowing there is some madmen that at the jest of a telephone call would cause mayhem on our streets..
fourm member - I don't run this country and nor do you so it is not up the either of us to come up with a suggestion. According to the article many countries asked to take them have said no. Perhaps that should be the UK response too, let them go back to their own country and if they are persecuted what concern is it of ours.
I wasn't really convinced by the story, I don't know why they bother printing papers on 1st January. The only true story on 1st January will ever be 'revelers get bladered in Trafalgar Square' again...