The APPG published its compendium "Account Rendered: Extraordinary Rendition and Britain’s Role” in 2011. The book contains a forensic analysis of the background to rendition, combined with a 200-page collection of primary documents, presented with commentary on their significance.
Praise for “Account Rendered”:
"An essential and disturbing dossier of Britain's role in the scandal of post-9/11 torture and secret detention."
-- Stephen Gray, the Sunday Times
An “excellent and scrupulous book ... the authors have performed an enormous public service by writing it.”
-- Peter Oborne, the Spectator
"Riveting – if chilling – reading ... It is to the credit of the book that it has no need to express such emotion: it tells a story that is damning enough"
-- Roger Smith, Director - Justice
“Timely and searing”.
-- Philippe Sands QC
“A forensic account of a bad business”.
-- Chris Mullin, former MP