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Binyam Mohammed, British resident and Guantanamo inmate
MI5 agent: Torture complicity ‘legal’

By staff New allegations of complicity in torture have been levelled against the government amid claims Whitehall told MI5 agents they could question terror suspects they believed had been tortured by foreign security services. Binyam Mohamed – the last British resident at Guantanamo Bay – is among a group of UK citizens and residents… Read more »

Mr Miliband still faces questions over the Mohamed case
Foreign Office ‘asked for American torture letter’

By staff The Foreign Office requested the letter from the American government threatening to halt intelligence cooperation if a ruling on a torture case became public, it has been revealed. The revelation comes after the British political establishment was rocked by a statement from judges presiding over the case of Binyam Mohamed, a British… Read more »