Joy I dreamed of for 14 years: Guantanamo Brit Shaker Aamer reveals the moment he was reunited with his family
I was in the aeroplane, talking to a policeman and someone from the Home Office, he told The Mail on Sunday during the course of an extraordinary series of interviews his first and only since his arrival back in Britain. But still there, in the back of my mind, I was wondering: is it really true, is it really going to be England, am I really going to be meeting my family?
Shaker Aamer says what many UK Muslims dare not in his first interview since release
How can you give yourself the right to be living here in this country, and living with the people and acting like you are a normal person, and then you just walk in the street and try to kill people?'
Journey to torture: Aamer tells of how he went from working for the US army to being savagely abused
'Ah, David... I'm sorry I've kept you waiting so long': Shaker Aamer's greeting for the Mail on Sunday reporter who led the campaign over his torture