Abu Qatada has won his legal battle against his extradition back to native Jordan. The terror suspect is to stay in the UK after he won his appeal against being deported back to Jordan. It was ruled by the court that Qatada wouldn't receive a fair trail in his native country. The decision will come as a blow to the UK Government, costing almost nearly £1m in legal fees. The Government said that it 'strongly disagreed' with the court's ruling on the terror suspect. Qatada has been fighting deportation for seven years while being held in UK prisons. Home Secretary Theresa May is expected to make a statement on the decision today.