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Nick won't fully realise it's over until his feet touch down in Newcastle.'Yvonne Mac Hugh , fiancee of Billy Irving, said she was 'over the moon' after hearing the news.'I am just so relieved. I really didn't think it was going to go our way after everything,' she added.
Sipping champagne his sister, Lisa, said: 'This is the best champagne in the world, it tastes like the best drink.'The longer it went on, as much as you still have an element of hope, it does dwindle after having so many delays and setbacks.'But that hasn't happened today and we've had the best news ever.'It will make all of our Christmases, all of our dreams have come true today.' Mr Dunn's father, Jim, said: 'Absolutely fantastic, the best news in the world.'We haven't been a full family for a long time now.Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said yesterday: 'Since I became Foreign Secretary, this case has been a top priority for everybody at the Foreign Office (FCO) and today's verdict is fantastic news.'The FCO has worked tirelessly behind the scenes to reunite these men with their families.The importance the UK Government places on their case cannot be understated.'The men, their families and their supporters, who have campaigned unrelentingly, must be overjoyed.'I share their delight and I hope they can return home as soon as possible.' The 23 foreigners were detained in Chennai's Puzhal prison, while the 12 Indians were at Palayamkottai Central Prison in Tirunelveli.Pictured: The former servicemen drive away to freedom - and Christmas with their families in the UK The six - Nick Dunn, 31, from Northumberland, Billy Irving, 37, from Argyll and Bute, John Armstrong, 30, of Cumbria, Nicholas Simpson, 47, of North Yorkshire, Ray Tindall, 42, of Chester, and Paul Towers, 54, of East Yorkshire - will now be back in Britain for Christmas A high court on Monday overturned five-year jail terms passed on the six Britons, three Ukrainians, 14 Estonians and 12 Indians in January 2016.Pictured: Billy Irving and John Armstrong leaving the prison Their families say the Chennai Six have been held in 'horrendous' conditions, sleeping on concrete floors, in sweltering heat with inadequate water, prison meals of 'curried slop and rice' and poor sanitation, with toilets being a hole in the floor.