Detention of torture survivors ruled unlawful
The Home Secretary’s efforts to detain hundreds of survivors of torture has been declared unlawful. A High Court judge has ruled that many were wrongly locked up in immigration centres because the policy brought in last year ignored the correct legal interpretation of torture.
Channel 4 News headlines, Saturday 16th September
Armed officers have raided a house in a quiet residential street in Sunbury – with more than 100 people evacuated. It follows the arrest of an 18 year old man in Dover – described by the Home Secretary , Amber Rudd, as “significant.”