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Media coverage of the judgement in the judicial review brought by Medical Justice and 7 detainees of the definition of torture in the Home Office’s “Adults at Risk” policy, including Channel 4 News, BBC News, the Guardian, the Telegraph, the Daily Mail, the Huffington Post, the Independent, Buzzfeed, U.S. News, the Sun, Sky News, Freemoevement, Scottish Legal News, the National, RT and others.

The judgement and  the Medical Justice press release are here.

Channel 4 News – Detention of torture survivors ruled unlawful

Note : the above clip is from the BBC and not part of a campaign by Medical Justice or anyone else.

BBC News at 1 –Torture survivors win asylum seeker detention ruling

BBC – Torture survivors win asylum seeker detention ruling

Guardian – Torture victims were wrongly imprisoned in UK, high court rules

Telegraph – Government wrongly locked up asylum seekers fleeing torture

Huffington Post – Torture Survivors Were Wrongly Imprisoned, High Court Rules

Independent – Government policy on tortured asylum seekers declared unlawful by High Court

Buzzfeed – A Court Has Ruled That Torture Victims Were Illegally Detained In Britain

U.S. News – Judge Rules UK Government Wrongly Imprisoned Torture Victims

The Sun – Government faces massive payouts after judge rules torture victims were illegally detained while seeking asylum

Sky News –

Freemovement – High Court defeat for Home Office over torture policy

Scottish Legal News – Asylum seeking torture survivors win legal challenge against detention rules

The National – Torture victims win court battle against Home Office over detention rule

RT – Torture victims held illegally in Britain’s immigration detention centers, judge rules

Press Association – picked up by many, including the Metro, the Belfast telegraph, the Jersey Evening Post, the Times and Star, and most extensively by Care Appointments – Government policy change on definition of torture ruled unlawful by High Court judge.