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Blair Dismay Over Hijack Afghans

Tony Blair has expressed dismay after the High Court ruled nine Afghan asylum seekers who hijacked a plane to Britain have won their bid to stay in the UK. Mr Justice Sullivan said the nine could remain until it was safe to return. The PM said the ruling was an “abuse of common sense” and should be overturned, and he is considering an appeal. It followed the Afghan hostage drama at Stansted Airport in 2000 which led to a four day stand-off and asylum applications by 78 people on board. Full Story

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