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SECRET evidence cannot be used in a civil damages claim being brought by six former Guantanamo Bay detainees, the Court of Appeal ruled yesterday.
THE battle by the security services and the government to keep evidence on Guantanamo Bay secret will go to the Court of Appeal tomorrow.
THE head of MI5 has strongly defended the work of the Security Service in the face of damaging accusations that the service had tried to cover up its involvement in the torture of detainees.
BINYAM Mohamed travelled to Pakistan in June 2001 and then to Afghanistan.
THE "cruel, inhuman and degrading" treatment of a UK resident by US authorities has been revealed after Foreign Secretary David Miliband lost a bid to block the disclosure.
FOREIGN Secretary David Miliband today lost his appeal court bid to prevent senior judges disclosing secret information relating to torture allegations in the case of Binyam Mohamed.
REM, Pearl Jam and Billy Bragg are among a coalition of musicians demanding that the US government release details of music they claim was used as torture at Guantanamo Bay.
FOREIGN Secretary David Mili-band is to appeal against a High Court ruling that United States intelligence material on former Guantanamo Bay inmate Binyam Mohamed be made public.
HOME Secretary Alan Johnson has defended MI5 after police launched an investigation into allegations that some of its agents were complicit in torture.
THE Metropolitan Police are to investigate claims that British agents colluded in torture.
A DIPLOMATIC row broke out yesterday after the US government transferred four Guantanamo Bay detainees to Bermuda without consulting the UK government.
US PRESIDENT Barack Obama will announce today that he will resume the Bush-era military tribunals for Guantanamo detainees he once condemned, but with new legal protections for terror suspects.
THE High Court yesterday imposed a deadline on the government's defence to the test case damages claims of seven former Guantanamo Bay detainees.
Former Guantanamo Bay detainee, Binyam Mohamed, claimed today that he would not have faced rendition and torture if it was not for the involvement of the Security Service, MI5.
A FORMER Guantanamo detainee has become the Taleban's operations officer in southern Afghanistan where he is launching attacks against British and American troops, it was reported last night.
BRITAIN was condemned yesterday for its involvement in the United States rendition programme in a highly critical UN report.
THE government was yesterday accused of dragging its feet in dealing with allegations that British intelligence were complicit in the torture of Guantanamo Bay prisoner Binyam Mohamed.
FORMER Guantanamo Bay prisoner Binyam Mohamed has revealed harrowing details of his alleged torture and claimed that British intelligence was complicit in his abuse.