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Dudley Mosque saga may finally be over as council wins legal battle to stop new building
Express & Star
Dudley Council has won its legal battle to halt plans for a mosque to be built on a controversial site in the town.
Court of Appeal judges unanimously ruled in favour of the council over its bid to buy back the land in Hall Street from the Dudley Muslim Association (DMA).
Plans first emerged for the mosque to be built back in 2003 as a replacement for Dudley Central Mosque, based in Castle Hill.
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