Edmund Clark was the first photographer to be granted access, in December 2011, to a house where a person suspected of activities related to terrorism had been relocated under a Control Order. The 2005 Prevention of Terrorism Act endowed the Ministry of the Interior with the power to relocate, in any part of the country, any “controlled person” in a...
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