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Migrant breaks hunger strike as court says case raises ‘wider issues’

A Moroccan migrant who declared himself to be on a hunger strike in protest at being detained in Windmill Hill has begun consuming food after 30 days, the Magistrates’ Court heard on Friday. A special hearing will be held on Wednesday morning after the Stipendiary Magistrate asked for further information about the general wellbeing of...

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