Glasgow bombing: Doctor still working in the NHS

A doctor who had alleged links to an Islamist terror plot is working in an NHS hospital.

Dr Mohammed Asha, 28, started work in a casualty ward after the Home Office withdrew a long-standing bid to deport him.

He was acquitted of conspiracy to murder and cause explosions, but officials had wanted to kick him out of the UK on the grounds that he was still a threat to national security.

The Jordanian neurologist works at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital in Shropshire

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