Document Library - APPG Letters

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The APPG writes to Defence Minister Nick Harvey, requesting a copy of the government's pleadings in the habeas corpus action brought by Yunus Rahmatullah.

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The MOD replies to the APPG's letter about an operation in which an individual appears to have died during transportation by UK Forces in Iraq, on 11/12 April 2003.

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The APPG writes to the Defence Secretary, further to its letter of 19 January 2011 to which it has not received a reply, about the 'separate arrangements' in place to deal with detainee transfer allegations outside the Detainee Inquiry.

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Andrew Tyrie writes to the Defence Secretary about the 'separate arrangements', beyond the Detainee Inquiry, that the MOD has put in place to deal with allegations regarding post-2003 military detention operations.

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Andrew Tyrie appeals against the MOD's refusal to disclose information requested under the Freedom of Information Act.

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The MOD responds to the APPG's October 2010 FOIA requests, refusing to disclose the requested information on the grounds that to do so would exceed the cost limit under the Act.

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Andrew Tyrie writes to Rt Hon Liam Fox, repeating requests for information to the MOD under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

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Following his oral statement of 29 February 2009 the then Secretary of State for Defence placed a copy of this table, showing the number of individuals detained by conventional UK Forces in Iraq and Afghanistan, in the House of Commons library.

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Andrew Tyrie writes to Secretary of State for Defence Liam Fox to make requests for information under FOIA, on rendition and detainee handovers, to the MOD.

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The APPG wrote to the Defence Secretary following his statement in which he confirmed that two people captured by UK Forces and transferred to US detention had subsquently been rendered from Iraq to Afghanistan.