... many others saw the whole business as a Eurosceptic plot to discredit the European Arrest Warrant. Read, for example, some of the comments posted here by Guardian readers.
Concerns about a travesty of justice only take effect in certain conditions it seems, interestingly though Hannan, despite his criticism, is happy to remain a member of a party who wants to make things worse, while I'm a member of one that doesn't.
I hope those who were readier to condemn an innocent man than to examine their Euro-integrationist prejudices will ponder what it would be like to spend eleven months in one of the worst prisons in Europe, to let four irreplaceable years of your life slip by while your friends pass through university, to watch your parents exhaust their savings shuttling back and forth Greece, all without your case coming to trial. (The humanity and dignity of Andrew’s parents, Frank and Helen, was perhaps the most heartbreaking aspect of the whole saga).