LONDON (Reuters). A police spokesman said Jordanian Jamil el-Banna, Libyan Omar Deghayes and Algerian Abdennour Sameur were being escorted by a doctor and members of the police counter-terrorism squad aboard a chartered plane. While the United States has described the men as dangerous, the British government has declined to say what security or surveillance measures it may impose on them after their return. The men's lawyer, Zachary Katznelson of legal charity Reprieve, said he expected them to be questioned on arrival at Luton airport and then released to join their families. Families in Jordan, Libya and Algeria...............no doubt?