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A, Amnesty International (intervening) and Commonwealth Lawyers Association (intervening) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, Appeal judgment, [2005] UKHL 71, [2006] 2 AC 221, [2005] 3 WLR 1249, [2006] 1 All ER 575, ILDC 363 (UK 2005), 8th December 2005, United Kingdom; House of Lords [HL]

A, Amnesty International (intervening) and Commonwealth Lawyers Association (intervening) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, Appeal judgment, [2005] UKHL 71, [2006] 2 AC 221, [2005] 3 WLR 1249, [2006] 1 All ER 575, ILDC 363 (UK 2005), 8th December 2005, United Kingdom; House of Lords [HL]

Whether evidence obtained under torture in a foreign state can be used to justify indefinite detention in special terrorism cases provided that the British government neither procured the torture or connived at it.

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