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David Miliband, Foreign Secretary, made a ministerial statement in the Commons on the case of Binyam Mohamed following the judgment handed down in the Court of Appeal
Mr Miliband told the Commons that the Court of Appeal ruled that, in the light of disclosures by a United States court in December 2009, the seven paragraphs that were redacted from the original judgment of the divisional court in this country of 21 August 2008 should be published.
The redacted paragraphs have now been published on the Foreign Office website.
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