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Campaigners have hailed the return of three British men to the UK, who had been held in the United Arab Emirates over drugs possession, but said Dubai police faced "serious questions" over their alleged torture.
Three men who allege they were tortured into confessing to drugs offences in Dubai have returned to the UK.
The charity Reprieve said that Grant Cameron, Suneet Jeerh and Karl Williams are now back with their families after the United Arab Emirates announced their pardoning.
David Cameron discussed their case with the President of the UAE, Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, during a state visit in May.
Grant Cameron's mother has said that the family are 'overjoyed' that he has been released from prison in Dubai and returned home.
A British man who was jailed for four years in Dubai for drug offences and allegedly tortured by police has been released, his mother told ITV News.
Grant Cameron, who was arrested with Suneet Jeerh and Karl Williams in July last year after police claimed to have found cannabis in their car, is now back in the family home in London, ITV News understands.
The three men were allegedly subjected to electric shocks, beatings and mock executions by officers, according to the human rights charity Reprieve.