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Belhadj has pursued legal action for years against former British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, domestic and foreign spy agencies MI5 and MI6, a former intelligence chief and government departments, seeking an apology from all the parties involved.The sought-after apology finally came Thursday in a letter from Prime Minister Theresa May, read out in Parliament by Attorney General Jeremy Wright, in an unprecedented admission of culpability. Belhaj initially said he was taking action against MI6's former counterterrorism chief Mark Allen.He had also sued former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw, but dropped both of the cases as he mediated a "full and final settlement" with the government.
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