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Guantanamo Detainees

Asked if the Government was concerned that the five former Guantanamo Bay detainees were free to roam the streets, despite the anxieties expressed by the US authorities and British MPs, the PMOS said that he did not have anything to add to what he had said about this issue at yesterday morning’s press briefing and what the Home Secretary had said in response to David Davis. These had been very complex and challenging issues for the British and US Governments to address. The fact that the discussions had been protracted underlined the complexity of those negotiations. When the five individuals had returned to the UK they had been interviewed by the police and subsequently released.

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