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Guantanomo Bay

Asked what was the Prime Minister’s view on the former British residents at Guantanomo Bay, the PMOS said our position on the former British residents had been set out many times. We had raised these issues with the US administration, but they were British residents not British nationals. That was the distinction between other prisoners we had dealt with.

Asked what the Prime Minister’s view was on Guantanomo Bay as a whole, the PMOS said we had set out our view that there should be a tribunal of some sort. The USA had now with the agreement of Congress found a way of moving forward.

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