Lonely terror suspect ‘driven to drugs by court order’

A terror suspect claims he only used drugs because he became so lonely when he was barred from meeting people without Home Office approval. The man, who can only identified as DB, was put on a government watchlist because the security services believed he was involved in terrorist-related activities. A High Court judge served him with a Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measure (Tpim) designed to limit his movements and activities. But DB breached the terms of the Tpim by meeting…

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