The Daily Mail has covered today a new "hard hitting" letter to the PM from APPG on Extraordinary Rendition Chair Ken Clarke MP, supported by David Davis MP and other cross-party MPs and Peers, which says that a judge-led inquiry is 'the only way to get to the bottom of this shameful episode in our recent history and draw a line under it.'

Commenting in the Independent today on the government’s decision not to stop two Isis fighters being given the death penalty in America, APPG Chair Ken Clarke said, "we mustn’t allow fear to cause us to abandon standards of freedom, liberty and human rights on which this country stands".

Writing in the Financial Times today following his urgent question in the Commons on Monday, APPG Chair Ken Clarke says a full independent judge-led inquiry is the only way that the full truth of Britain’s involvement in extraordinary rendition and torture will be revealed.  

In response to an urgent question by APPG Chair Ken Clarke today, the Government has announced that it 'will give careful consideration to calls for judge-led inquiry and update the House within 60 days.'

The BBC and The Times have reported the renewed calls by APPG Chair Ken Clarke for a judge-led inquiry in response to damning findings by two reports into detainee mistreatment and rendition released today by the Intelligence and Security Committee.

As reported today by The Times and the Guardian, APPG Chairman Ken Clarke, together with cross-party members of the APPG, has written to the Prime Minister calling for a new judge-led inquiry into UK complicity in rendition and torture. 

The European Court of Human Rights today found Lithuania and Romania knowingly hosted secret CIA detention centres. 

Writing in Conservative Home today, Ken Clarke says that if we are to avoid a repeat of the shameful involvement of the UK in rendition and torture - as illustrated in the Belhaj case - the Government's anti-torture policy (known as the Consolidated Guidance) must be strengthened.