Belhadj and Others v The Security Service, SIS, GCHQ, Home Office and FCO: IPT 7 Feb 2014

The Tribunal considered the Complainants’ application for interim relief in their case before it in the light of undertakings given by the Respondents. It also gave preliminary consideration to appropriate practice to be followed in the event a Closed hearing was requested by the Respondents.
Burton J P, Seabrook QC, Flint QC
[2014] UKIPTrib 13 – 132-9H
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Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 68(4)
England and Wales
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See AlsoBelhadj and Others v Security Service and Others (Including Determination) IPT 29-Apr-2015
The court considered the methods used for collection of information by the security services, and gave the following guidance: ‘(i) Whether in fact there has been, prior to 18 November 2014, soliciting, receiving, storing and transmitting by UK . .
CitedLiberty (The National Council of Civil Liberties) and Others v The Government Communications Headquarters and Others IPT 22-Jun-2015
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