The European Court of Human Rights is currently hearing the case of Abu Zubaydah v Poland brought by two terror suspects currently held at Guantanamo Bay. They allege human rights abuses by Poland, namely that a CIA 'black site', or secret prison, existed in Poland between 2002 and 2003 and that the Polish Government was aware of its existence and use in the CIA's extraordinary rendition programme. More can be read here.
Upper Tribunal Finds that APPG was subject to avoidable unfairness in the pursuit of its Freedom of Information requests
The Upper Tribunal has now upheld part of the APPG's appeal against the refusal of the Foregin and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to disclose further information regarding the UK's role in extraordinary rendition.
The APPG is now considering its options in light of the Upper Tribunal's judgment. The judgment can be read here.