Judges have already demonstrated they are unwilling to return terrorists to some African states, including Somalia and Eritrea.
Poised to appeal: Somalian Ismail Abdurahman, Moroccan Younes Tsouli and Somalian Wahbi Mohammed
Many of those released are graded as the highest possible risk and their presence on the streets is putting huge strain on security agencies tasked with monitoring them.
Those likely to fight deportation on their release include internet expert Younes Tsouli, 28, who ran websites with instructions on how to make suicide vests.
The Al Qaeda supporter faces being sent back to Morocco but instability in the country means he