*Mohamed and another v Secretary of State for the Home Department

Terrorism – Prevention of. The claimants had both been suspected of terrorism related activity. The Secretary of State had successfully applied for permission to make control orders in respect of both men. They had subsequently been subjected to control orders and terrorism prevention and investigation measures. The claimants' applications for statutory reviews of the control orders and TPIMs were dismissed. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, found that there had been flaws in the handling of their allegations of abuse of process. That issue would be remitted for reconsideration and redetermination on the submission of abuse of process. Further, the control orders were quashed on the ground of material non-disclosure.