Terror raid students to leave UK
BBC News | August 21, 2009
Two Pakistani students arrested over an alleged terror plot are to fly home after deciding to leave the UK voluntarily, their solicitor has said.
Abdul Khan, 26, and Shoaib Khan, 27, were among 12 people held by police after raids in north-west England in April, but the pair were never charged.
The Home Office tried to deport them, saying they remained a security threat.
The men decided to leave after being denied bail while appealing against deportation, their solicitor said.
The appeal was due to be heard by the Special Immigration Appeals Commission (Siac) in March next year.
The men's solicitor, Amjad Malik, said his clients would leave on an evening flight to Islamabad on Friday night (...)