She wrote in a statement. ''If there are 'memoranda of understanding' between this country and the brutal regimes from which they have fled, those have not been provided to those men or to us.
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Insane and dangerous government at its worst.
We express incredulity that the senior police officer would have made extravagant claims from the outset without first informing themselves of the true facts.
This has been a chaotic mess.
The Home Office did not think it necessary to give a single word of explanation to those individuals as to why this morning they can be safely deported to their respective countries of origin when last night they could not. If there are 'memoranda of understanding' between this country and the brutal regimes from which they have fled, those have not been provided to those men or to us.
Why the delay? What were the police doing investigating themselves when that was not their role?
They are very marked by three years of ill treatment and torture.
Dangerous and insane government at its worst.
They expect justice and by justice they expect those who may have committed crimes to be investigated and prosecuted and tried, if appropriate.