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Thursday, 8 March 2007

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Report on terror suspects’ treatment buried by ministers. The government is refusing to allow the release of reports by Europe’s official anti-torture watchdog which are believed to be critical of the UK’s treatment of suspects detained under the Terrorism Act. As the Home Office faces a battle over the legality of its controversial anti- terrorism laws, the Sunday Herald can reveal that ministers have for months been holding on to two reports which detail findings from inspections of high-security prisons and detention centres.