Talk:UK's highest court to rule on use of information extracted under torture

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I think this is OK to publish but there's actually loads more useful background that could be added, drawing on those source articles. Probably the main big issue I've not included a source for (there is a load of stuff out there) is the public controversy surrounding the issue at the moment in the UK - especially so with respect to the withdrawl from Uzbekistan of the British Ambassador Craig Murray, who had spoken out against the use of information extracted under torture. It was widely reported and helped bring the issue to prominence in the UK -- Rcameronw 21:34, 14 October 2005 (UTC)

When you lie down with dogs; you get up with fleas...that ain't opinion; that's a fact. UKA,UKA,UKA. Neutralizer 21
48, 15 October 2005 (UTC)
  • Doesn't it depend on how hungry the fleas are? My dog got fleas plenty of times but they never seemed to go for us... incidentally there's a Guardian piece on (part one of) the Murray incident here: [1] (and a song that explains basics of the later developments here: [2] - though I'm not sure it would meet the wikinews NPOV standard) -- 80.43.5.75 22:01, 15 October 2005 (UTC)