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.

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They were all allowed to make phone calls home and are now dealing with the logistics of where they will be staying.

Yvonne Mc Hugh, partner of Billy Irving from Argyll and Bute, celebrated the release.

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.

The six Britons were working as guards on the vessels.'Officials from [the] Estonian embassy are still inside the prison.

Once the process is completed, 14 Estonians and three Ukrainians will also be released,' Murugesan added.

We soon arranged everything neatly and then Shipra said that she wants to sleep. I also went and quickly changed into my old pink cotton nigh tie with prints of flowers on it. I came out of the bedroom wearing my nigh tie and just panties under it.

I was feeling very tired and due to that my nipples had become erect somehow as I could feel them making small tents in my nigh tie.

If it's less than that it will be a miracle.' Speaking on the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme on Tuesday, Joanne Tomlinson, sister of Mr Armstrong, said: 'He called me a couple of hours ago from the embassy.'It was a very quick conversation and he spoke to my mum and dad as well.'We were talking about where they are going to be staying and how he gets his belongings back which are being held by his friend in India.'I'm hoping once he gets a proper meal into him we will be able to have a proper conversation.' The family of Nick Dunn, 31, a former paratrooper locked up in India for four years, celebrated after learning he would be freed (pictured from left, brother Paul, mother Margaret, father Jim and sister Lisa)Mr Dunn's family were filmed by the BBC receiving the news of the acquittal yesterday as they shared a hug before sobbing with joy.

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.

Pictured: Guards near the released prisoners in Chennai They were among 35 crew on a US-operated anti-piracy ship serving jail terms for illegal weapons possession.