A January 2013 Centre for Policy Studies paper written by Anthony Peto QC and Andrew Tyrie MP calling for major amendments to the Justice and Security Bill and describing the Bill's impact on the ability to uncover the truth about Britain's involvement in rendition.
A March 2013 Centre for Policy Studies Pointmaker written by Anthony Peto QC and Andrew Tyrie MP urging the House of Lords to restore its original amendments to the Justice and Security Bill.
A February 2013 report by the Open Society Foundations provided an overview of the CIA's extraordinary rendition and secret detention programme, and the involvement of 54 other governments.
An April 2013 report analysing American policy towards detainees after September 11.
On 15 April 2013, the Foreign Office published its annual report on human rights, with a brief section on "Human Rights in Safeguarding Britain's National Security", including the status of the unpublished report by the Gibson Inquiry.
On 20 July 2011 the Foreign Affairs Committee published its report on the Foreign Office's Human Rights Work 2010-11. It addresses rendition and the forthcoming Detainee Inquiry.
In March 2010, the ISC published its Annual Report for 2008-09. It addressed new information on rendition that had come to light since the Committee's report on the subject in 2007, including on the use of Diego Garcia for rendition flights, and the case of Binyam Mohamed.
On 25 March 2010 the Joint Committee on Human Rights published a report calling for an independent inquiry into allegations of complicity in torture.
On 18 March 2010, the Foreign Affairs Committee published its report on Global Security: UK/US Relations. It addressed Diego Garcia and implications of the Binyam Mohamed case for intelligence sharing.
In October 2009 the Government published its response to the Foreign Affairs Committee's Human Rights Report 2008. It rejected the Committee's recommendations on rendition.
On 9 August 2009, the Foreign Affairs Committee published its Human Rights Report 2008. The report addressed rendition, detainee handovers by UK Forces, Diego Garcia and allegations of UK complicity in torture.
In July 2007 the UK Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) published its report on Rendition.
On 4 August 2009 the Joint Committee on Human Rights (JCHR) published its report on Allegations of UK Complicity in Torture. It called for a full independent inquiry into these allegations.
On 6 July 2008, the Foreign Affairs Committee published its Report on the Overseas Territories. It addressed the use of Diego Garcia in the rendition programme.
On 20 July 2008, the Foreign Affairs Committee published its Human Rights Annual Report 2007. It addressed rendition, Guantanamo Bay, and US policy on torture.
On 14 June 2007, Council of Europe rapporteur Dick Marty presented his second report on rendition and secret detention. It set out new evidence of CIA 'black sites' in Eastern Europe and new allegations about Diego Garcia. On 14 June 2006, Council of Europe Secretary General Terry Davis published his report on rendition and secret detention. On 12 June 2006, Dick Marty presented his first report on rendition and secret detention. It refers to the work of the APPG and British residents Bisher al-Rawi and Jamil el-Banna. On 17 March, 2006 the Venice Commission published a legal opinion on the obligations owed by Council of Europe member states in relation to secret detention and rendition.
On 30 January 2007, the European Parliament published a report on the alleged use of European countries by the CIA for the transportation and illegal detention of prisoners. It thanked the APPG for its work, and was critical of the UK Government.
On 29 April 2007 the Foreign Affairs Committee published its Human Rights Annual Report 2006. It recommended that the UK Government make a clear statement of its policy on rendition. The Government refused to do so.
On 2 July 2006, the Foreign Affairs Committee published its Report on Foreign Policy Aspects of the War against Terrorism. The report addressed speculation about British involvement in renditions.
On 23 February 2006, the Foreign Affairs Committee published its Human Rights Annual Report 2005. It concluded the UK Government had a duty to enquire into allegations of rendition and 'black sites' under the Convention Against Torture.
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