The Fred Wigg residents applied for permission to seek judicial review of the government's decision to deploy the missiles, saying it was a "disproportionate interference" with their human rights, and they were not consulted properly over the siting of the ground-based air defence system.
They argued that those who wanted to move out should at least be relocated in hotels by the MoD or a gantry should be erected for the missiles away from the tower block.
However, Justice Haddon-Cave said on Tuesday:
"In my judgment, the MoD's voluntary engagement with the community and residents in this matter were immaculate."The residents have today abandoned their challenge to the decision.
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