Two men suspected of terrorist-related activities have won a landmark High Court battle against government use of secret evidence to deny them bail.
Two judges ruled that a person cannot be denied bail solely on the basis of secret evidence. Human rights solicitors have described the judgement as a “historic” victory.
- UK court opens way for terrorism suspects to sue (reuters.com)
- Terror suspects can sue over flawed control orders, court rules (telegraph.co.uk)
- Terror suspects could be paid damages after control orders quashed (guardian.co.uk)