A report published on 16 April 2013 by the Constitution Project's Task Force on Detainee Treatment has strongly criticised Britain for colluding with the US in the torture and rendition of terror suspects.
On 28 January 2013, the Telegraph reported on warnings by Andrew Tyrie MP that the Government's proposals under the Justice and Security Bill would do more harm than good.
In an article published by the Telegraph on 30 January 2013, Peter Oborne called on the Coalition Government to ditch the Justice and Security Bill.
In a Times article published on 21 February 2013, Andrew Tyrie responded to arguments made by Minister without Portfolio Kenneth Clarke about the Justice and Security Bill.
On 21 March 2013, the Guardian published an article describing opposition in the House of Lords to the Justice and Security Bill.
On 28 January 2013, the Spectator's Coffee House blog ran a post by Tim Knox, Director of the Centre for Policy Studies, on the publication of "Neither Just Nor Secure" by Anthony Peto QC and Andrew Tyrie MP, which calls for major changes to the Justice and Security Bill.
On 4 March 2013, Anthony Peto QC responds to further arguments by Robert Buckland MP on the Justice and Security Bill.
In a Conservative Home blog post on 28 February 2013, Robert Buckland MP defended the Justice and Security Bill against criticism.
In a Conservative Home blog post on 25 February 2013, Anthony Peto QC rejects Robert Buckland's arguments in favour of the Justice and Security Bill.
In a Conservative Home blog post on 22 February 2013, Robert Buckland MP dismissed Andrew Tyrie's concerns about the Justice and Security Bill, which were set out in the Times the previous day.
On 15 May 2011, the Independent on Sunday reported on the Gibson Inquiry's decision that "military detention operations should not be one of the key themes for the Inquiry".
On 23 June 2011, the Guardian published an article about the documents provided to the APPG by the Ministry of Defence, following litigation under the Freedom of Information Act.
On 19 April 2011, the Guardian published an article about the APPG's Freedom of Information litigation. The Tribunal ordered the MOD to disclose further information on rendition to the Group.
On 16 November 2010, the Guardian reported on the drip drip of revelations leading to the legal settlement betweent he Government and former Guantanamo Bay detainees.
On 2 January 2011, the Independent on Sunday reported on the refusal of the APPG's Freedom of Information requests by the Ministry of Defence
On 16 July 2010, the Guardian reported on exhanges between the Foreign Office and its embassies about British terrorism suspects.
On 4 October 2010, the Guardian reported on the APPG's publication of proposals for the terms of reference and protocol on the treatment of information for the Gibson inquiry.
On 1 July 2010, the Financial Times published a letter from Andrew Tyrie, Chairman of the APPG, on the minimum requirements for an inquiry into rendition.
On 29 June 2010 the Guardian reported that the Government has agreed the terms of a judge-led inquiry into claims that British security services were complicit in torture of terrorism suspects.
On 22 March 2010, the Guardian reported on the open letter published by a group of organisations including the APPG on proposals for an inquiry.
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