Terri Judd

Terri Judd is a reporter with The Independent, who writes regularly on defence issues, having repeatedly embedded with British troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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Decision on hold after Home Secretary's appeal against ruling that blocked Abu Qatada deportation

The Government's seemingly endless battle to deport the radical cleric Abu Qatada went back before the courts today.

Al-Sweady inquiry: Iraqi detainees 'were kicked, punched, handcuffed and blindfolded by soldiers'

The men, who claimed to be farmers, were also threatened by an interrogator, who wielded a pole or tent peg as well as a pistol

UK's top judge Lord Neuberger, the Supreme Court President, attacks Government on legal aid cuts, secret courts and human rights threats

President of Supreme Court says equality before the law is at risk of disappearing

The venue of the Al-Sweady Inquiry is seen on the first day of the inquiry, in central London on 4 March 2013.

Al-Sweady inquiry: 'signs of torture' found on Iraqi bodies handed to families by British troops

Year-long hearings begin into contested allegations that injured insurgents were taken back to army camp after brutal battle and tortured or killed

Ken Clarke said the Government had gone to extreme lengths to meet every objection

Think again! MPs' committee criticise absence of safeguards on secret court plans

The Government's controversial plans for secret courts came under fire from all sides today, with the Justice and Security Bill expected back before the House of Commons early next week.

Litvinenko died in November 2006 after he was poisoned with polonium-210 while drinking tea at a meeting

Alexander Litvinenko murder: Government accused of cover-up

The British government was accused of colluding with the Russians to cover up vital evidence into the murder of Alexander Litvinenko at a pre-inquest hearing into the former KGB agent's death today.

Damian Green, Minister for Policing and Criminal Justice

'The height of hypocrisy': Damian Green criticised for justice system transparency call as Government pushes through secret court proposals

Minister Damian Green was accused of hypocrisy tonight after he insisted that transparency was key to reforming the justice system at a time when the Government is pushing through proposals for secret courts.

Snatch Land Rovers were withdrawn from combat zones because they were so vulnerable

Troops’ right to life same as civilians, court told

Snatch Land Rovers were withdrawn from combat zones because they were so vulnerable

Questioning 'affects children’s evidence'

Cross examining child witnesses in court fails to get to the truth, reports a new study published today.

Jon Venables, left, pictured in 1993 with second killer Robert Thompson

Probe launched into Twitter photos of 'James Bulger killer Jon Venables'

Photographs on Twitter allegedly showing an adult Jon Venables are being investigated by the Attorney General, his office revealed today.

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The Ox celebrates century with trademark display of speed and intuition
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