David Camerons regjering vurderer å sende Abu Qatada hjem, uansett hva Menneskerettighetsdomstolen i Strasbourg måtte mene.
Jordanerne lover å gi Qatada en rettferdig rettssak, uten bruk av informasjon fremskaffet ved tortur.
Qatada ble satt fri mandag. Domstolen i Strasbourg har avsagt kjennelse for at Storbritannia ikke kan utlevere ham, hvis han kan bli dømt etter informasjon fremskaffet ved tortur.
Men presset mot regjeringen vokser. Den er en parallell til mullah Krekar-saken. Folk nekter å godta at deres sikkerhet skal måtte vike for hensyn til en terrorist-ideolog.
A security adviser for the Prime Minister was among those who said all options should be considered, including sending Qatada back to Jordan regardless of a European court ruling that he should not be sent.
Former security minister Baroness Pauline Neville-Jones said minister should not rule out such a move if other attempts to remove him fail.
It came as the Jordan justice minister Ayman Odeh promised Qatada would be given a new and fair trial with no evidence gained from torture.
Mr Odeh was speaking after meeting with a UK delegation, led by security minister James Brokenshire, which is seeking necessary assurances to be able to return the extremist cleric.
A friend of Qatada’s family claimed the firebrand preacher would be happy to return if the King of Jordan guaranteed a fair trial.
Pressure mounts on David Cameron to defy Europe over Abu Qatada
David Cameron was under mounting pressure to defy Europe on Tuesday night and put Abu Qatada on a plane out of the UK as Jordan pledged to give him a fair trial.