Four terror suspects linked to “Jihadi John” have been granted hundreds of thousands of pounds in legal aid to sue the UK Government.

The men are all connected to a London terror cell whose most notorious member is Mohammed Emwazi, the real name of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) executioner accused of beheading dozens of hostages, including the Britons David Haines and Alan Henning. 

Three of the suspects – Mohammed Ahmed Mohamed, Ibrahim Magag and one who can be referred to only as CF – brought legal challenges against the counter-terrorism orders under which they were placed. The orders were designed to restrict their movements and activities because the secret intelligence services alleged that they represented a terrorist threat to Britain.

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