On 13 April 2010 The Independent reported on the response from Justice Secretary Jack Straw to the APPG's legislative proposals.
On 10 March 2010, the Guardian published an article by Andrew Tyrie on the comments made by Dame Eliza Manningham-Buller, former head of MI5.
On 28 February 2010, the Independent on Sunday published an article by Andrew Tyrie, highlighting the damage done to the ISC's credibility by the Binyam Mohamed judgment and calling for a full inquiry into rendition.
On 10 February 2010, the Guardian reported on criticism of MI5 following the publication of details of Binyam Mohamed's ill-treatment.
On 16 December 2009, the Guardian reported on the APPG's legal action in the US to secure information on rendition.
On 5 November 2009, the BBC reported on the APPG's proposals to change the law on extraordinary rendition.
On 7 October 2009 the Guardian published an article by Andrew Tyrie, Chairman of the APPG, calling for an inquiry into extraordinary rendition.
On 29 July 2009 the Guardian reported on a legal action launched on behalf of one of the detainees believed to have been rendered through the British island of Diego Garcia.
On 4 August 2009, Reuters reported the finding by the Joint Committee on Human Rights that an independent inquiry was needed to investigate allegations of UK complicity in torture.
On 9 August 2009, the BBC reported on the Foreign Affairs Committee's Human Rights Annual Report 2008, and the response to the report from the Home Secretary and the Foreign Secretary.
On 12 August 2009, the Guardian reported on a legal challenge to the Ministry of Defence, in an attempt to establish further information about the renditions of two individuals captured by UK Forces in Iraq and rendered to Afghanistan by the US. They are currently detained in Bagram.
On 30 August 2009, the Independent on Sunday reported on a letter sent by Andrew Tyrie MP to the Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC).
On 18 June 2009, the Guardian reported on UK policy for the interviewing of detainees by UK officials, and the knowledge of this policy on the part of Ministers.
On 31 May 2009, the Independent on Sunday reported on an interview with Tony Blair about rendition.
On 13 March 2009, the Daily Mail reported on Parliamentary exchanges on rendition, and an interview with former Guantanamo detainee Binyam Mohamed.
On 19 March 2009, the Guardian reported on the Prime Minister's statement on new guidelines for security and intelligence agencies when they are involved in interrogating detainees abroad.
On 27 February 2009, the Times reported on Defence Secretary John Hutton's statement to the House of Commons, in which he confirmed that two people captured by UK Forces and transferred to US forces, had subsequently been rendered from Iraq to Afghanistan in 2004.
On 12 February 2009, the Guardian reported on the APPG's information session with Binyam Mohamed's lawyers and other experts, held earlier that day.
On 24 January 2009, the Guardian reported on attempts by MPs and the courts to secure disclosure of documents relevant to rendition and secret detention.
On 27 January 2009 the Washington Post reported on a meeting of EU diplomats to discuss possible ways to resettle Guantanamo prisoners.
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