Campaigners appeal against ruling that government can keep advice secret because it relates to security agencies

The UK government’s refusal to reveal legal advice justifying targeted killings of British jihadists abroad will be challenged at an appeals tribunals on Thursday.

The case is brought by Rights Watch UK following RAF drone strikes in 2015 against two British citizens, Reyaad Khan and Ruhul Amin, in Syria which prompted accusations that officials are operating a US-style “kill list”.

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