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Terrorists’ release

Asked what the Government thought of the way the terrorists had been released under the control orders had been carried out, the PMOS replied that inevitably, given the lateness of getting the process through, it did cause some problems. However, those problems had been sorted out, and in terms of the reality, the control orders had taken effect. That was the important thing.

Asked where the terror suspects would go before they appeared in court, the PMOS said he would not comment on individual cases.

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