X-ray body scanners at airports have been banned by Brussels amid fears they could cause cancer.
Airport scanners banned by EU The scanners, introduced in 2009, are also said by critics to be too invasive
The devices, widely criticised because they make passengers who go through them appear naked, emit low doses of radiation.
The EU has now told member states not to install them until a scientific assessment of the risks has been carried out.
Manchester airport, which has 16 of the £80,000 machines and bars anyone refusing a scan from boarding a flight, has been told it can continue using them for another year.