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That this House is deeply concerned that the UK Government is failing to represent the interests of the British residents who remain in detention without trial in Guantanamo Bay, many of whom are on hunger strike; believes that people who have sought asylum in the UK and have their families here cannot possibly be represented by the governments from whom they fled or safely return to their countries of origin; and calls on the Government to take action to demand that the eight individuals concerned are brought to trial or returned to live with their families in the UK.
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