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Terror deportations ‘may call for change in law’

Tony Blair today hinted a change in the law may be necessary to deport Islamist extremists who are foreign nationals to countries where they might face torture or inhuman treatment. Until now Britain has been seeking to secure “memorandums of understanding” with such countries in order to allow deportations to take place – but Mr Blair acknowledged the courts may not see these as sufficient safeguards. Speaking on his arrival in Beijing for trade talks with China, the PM hinted that some form of change in the Human Rights Act may be required. Full Story

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