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'Strong indication' of torture collusion

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A leaked letter has revealed that British security services were aware of the alleged torture of Binyam Mohammed, a UK resident who was held by US security services in Guantanamo. The damning details were erased from the original Court of Appeal ruling on Mr Mohammed's allegation that he was tortured.

David Davis MP, human rights campaigner and a former Conservative home affairs spokesman, examines whether a different verdict would have been reached if the information had not been removed.

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