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Terror Assets

Asked for any reaction to the High Court ruling on asset freezing, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) replied that a statement had gone out from both the Home Office and the Treasury on that. The Treasury were saying that they were disappointed with the Judgement of the High Court in this case, and that they had been granted permission to lodge an appeal, and would be doing so. In the meantime the Treasury had sought and obtained an interim state to ensure that the asset freezing regime and individual asset freezes remained in place.

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