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TWO Daily Mirror journalists were arrested under anti-terror laws, and their homes raided at midnight by police, after they tried to test security at a rail depot.
Reporter Tom Parry and photographer Roger Allen were held for 12 hours and quizzed at length under the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001.
Meanwhile their family homes were being searched and computers, photographic equipment and even personal possessions seized by British Transport Police officers.