The case of Yunus Rahmatullah is only the tip of the iceberg of British complicity in torture in Afghanistan (Britain must get prisoner held by US in Afghanistan freed, say judges, 15 December). Last year, acting on my behalf, Public Interest Lawyers won a “partial victory” in the high court, when it ruled that Afghans detained by British forces could no longer be transferred to a detention centre in Kabul run by Afghanistan’s intelligence agency (NDS), because of the risk of torture.

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