The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Extraordinary Rendition was established by Andrew Tyrie in December 2005 in response to allegations that the UK had been involved in the US rendition programme. Its aims are:

  • To establish the truth about the scope and scale of UK involvement in extraordinary rendition.
  • To reduce the likelihood of the recurrence of UK involvement.

The APPG is a parliamentary body, run by Members of the House of Commons and the House of Lords.  It is an informal, cross-party group that has no official status within Parliament and is not accorded any powers by it.  The APPG is supported by contributions from trusts, foundations, nongovernmental organisations and private individuals. It receives no money from any government.  

This is not an official website of the House of Commons or the House of Lords. It has not been approved by either House or their committees. The views expressed in this webpage are those of the group.

The APPG's entry in the official Register is available online.

 

Chairman: Andrew Tyrie MP 

Treasurer: Lord Hodgson of Astley Abbotts

Vice Chair: Kelvin Hopkins MP

Vice Chair: Lord Tyler

 

Members:

Sir David Amess MP (Con)

Crispin Blunt MP (Con)

Sir Peter Bottomley MP (Con)

Graham Brady MP (Con)

Tom Brake MP (Lib Dem)

Alistair Carmichael MP (Lib Dem)

Kenneth Clarke MP (Con)

Baroness d’Souza (crossbench)

Lord Dubs (Lab)

Mike Gapes MP (Lab Coop)

Helen Goodman MP (Lab)

Baroness Hamwee (Lib Dem)

Kevin Hollinrake MP (Con)

Lord Lawson (Con)

Ian Mearns MP (Lab)

Baroness Miller (Lib Dem)

Andrew Mitchell MP (Con)

Lord Pannick (crossbench)

Ian Paisley MP (DUP)

John Penrose MP (Con)

Yasmin Qureshi MP (Lab)

Jim Shannon MP (DUP)

Barry Sheerman MP (Lab Coop)

Andy Slaughter MP (Lab)

Baroness Stern (crossbench)

Catherine West MP (Lab)

 

Coordinator: Hannah Stone

 

Meetings:

Most recent Annual General Meeting: 26th November 2015. Read the minutes here.