OK, just to close down on the UK, England thing - the United Kingdom is made of four countries, England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The English make up the majority of the population with about 48 million of the 57 million total. But, they are not the same thing, so if you are a Scot, being called English is hardly likely to endear you to a person. Try confusing a Canadian with someone from the US and you'll get a similar response.
It does remind me of the article that a German magazine did for the Scottish Tourist Board that said that Scotland was one of the most beautiful parts of England....! They went berserk! The irony is that the English have often used England and Britain interchangeably, much to the irritation of everyone else. Whilst it is annoying, it is actually a compliment, saying that the Scots, Welsh and Northern Irish are "the same as us", even if the other countries wouldn't want to be! That's beginning to die out though as English nationalism is on the rise, as well as people being more considerate in their use of descriptions.
Back to the subject at hand; whilst the UK government may have said publicly that they wouldn't hand old Bed Linen over unless the US agreed not to execute him, I am sure that the UK is in the same position as the US and would much prefer that he never came to trial at all. Whether he is captured by US or British forces, I feel sure he will not live long enough to see any kind of trial or extradition hearing. Holding a trial will merely offer a focus to the extremists, and no-one wants that.
Incidentally, there are various arguments going on about the SAS in Afghanistan. Because their operations are never publicised (there's no official word that they're even there) some of the troops feel that as far as the US people are concerned, they might as well stay at home, since the US Special Forces are getting all the coverage. The price they pay for operational effectiveness I suppose, but I think they'd like some of their successes broadcast. The only time it was obvious they were ever in action was when they took the Iranian Embassy in London live on the television!
She's as nervous as a very small nun at a penguin shoot.