Keeping a check on the UK government's use of counterterrorism powers
The rise and fall of one district in Aghanistan's embattled Helmand province
New figures show the extent to which the Home Secretary has used controversial powers allowed her to strip a person of citizenship without prior approval from a judge or parliament.
The man, known only as L2 for legal reasons, was deemed such a national security threat by Home Secretary Theresa May that she personally signed an order removing his British nationality in 2013.
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