In response to a parliamentary question by Andrew Tyrie asking which Government Department keeps Diego Garcia flight records from January 2002, the year in which two US rendition flights landed on the island, the Foreign Office acknowledged that there are incomplete records from that year. More can be read here.
Ammar al-Baluchi, one of the defendants accused of plotting 9/11 whose trial is before a military commission, has asked the court to review evidence of his alleged torture in CIA custody. More can be read here.
Lord Ashcroft's question to the Foreign & Commonwealth Office can be read here.
The DC Circuit Court agreed with the APPG's argument that Andrew Tyrie and the APPG are not representatives of the British Government for purposes of the Freedom of Information Act and therefore may request information from the American intelligence agencies. The FOI requests against the intelligence agencies may now proceed. The opinion can be read here.
The APPG has received another large set of documents in response to its 2008 Freedom of Information requests to the State Department. They can be read here.
The Court said that the core of the trial could be heard in secret but the media and public would be allowed to attend the swearing-in of the jury, parts of the prosecution's introductory remarks, the verdits and the sentencing (if there are convictions). The defendants have also been named. More can be read here.