They are among about a dozen former prisoners who will be granted the out-of-court settlement.
At least six of them alleged British security forces were complicit in their torture before they arrived at Guantanamo.
The Cabinet Office said a ministerial statement would be made on Tuesday.
It is believed the government wanted to avoid a lengthy and costly court case which would also have put the British secret intelligence services under the spotlight.

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