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Legal challenge in Libya rendition case must be held in public, court told

Legal challenge in Libya rendition case must be held in public, court told

Abdel Hakim Belhaj and Fatima Boudchar are challenging DPP’s refusal to charge ex-MI6 officer for his alleged role in tortureA challenge to the director of public prosecution’s refusal to charge the
Extent of UK cooperation with Gaddafi revealed

Extent of UK cooperation with Gaddafi revealed

Previously secret documents discovered in Tripoli shed fresh light on MI6’s links with Tripoli and Tony Blair’s role The global extent of MI6’s cooperation with Muammar Gaddafi and Tony Blair’s
Rendition victim gets £500,000 compensation as May apologises 'unreservedly' for UK's conduct - Politics live

Rendition victim gets £500,000 compensation as May apologises 'unreservedly' for UK's conduct - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen 4.01pm BST The Commons culture committee has announced that it has issued a formal summons to Alexander Nix, the former head of
Britain apologises for 'appalling treatment' of Abdel Hakim Belhaj

Britain apologises for 'appalling treatment' of Abdel Hakim Belhaj

Theresa May apologises unreservedly for UK role in rendition of Libyan, who was jailed and tortured, and his wifeHow Britain’s role in kidnap of two families came to lightTheresa May has issued an
Jack Straw faces call to give evidence over role in Libyan rendition

Jack Straw faces call to give evidence over role in Libyan rendition

MPs want then-foreign secretary to explain role in kidnap and mistreatment of two Libyan familiesMPs have called for former foreign secretary Jack Straw to give evidence before parliament about his
Abde​​l Hakim Belhaj rendition: ex-minister calls for inquiry

Abde​​l Hakim Belhaj rendition: ex-minister calls for inquiry

Malcolm Rifkind says intelligence and security committee should investigate role of Labour ministers in 2004 rendition of LibyanThe former foreign secretary Malcolm Rifkind has called for a
In the Belhaj case, Britain set aside the rule of law and moral principles | Will Hutton

In the Belhaj case, Britain set aside the rule of law and moral principles | Will Hutton

Abdel Hakim Belhaj got his apology, but we still lost the moral high ground It was one of the most shaming, self-abasing apologies ever made in the House of Commons, indeed arguably in any western
UK government trying to block release of files exposing Gaddafi links

UK government trying to block release of files exposing Gaddafi links

Lawyers to call for FoI request to be rejected days after apology for Abdel Hakim Belhaj renditionGovernment lawyers are attempting to prevent documents that detail the relationship between the
Tony Blair refuses to apologise to Libyan torture victim Abdel Hakim Belhaj

Tony Blair refuses to apologise to Libyan torture victim Abdel Hakim Belhaj

Former UK prime minister says he knew nothing about case until after he left officeTony Blair has refused to personally apologise to the Libyan dissident Abdel Hakim Belhaj, who was tortured in a jail
British government misses own torture inquiry deadline

British government misses own torture inquiry deadline

Ministers under pressure to launch judge-led inquiry into UK role in post-9/11 abusesThe British government is coming under pressure after failing to meet its own deadline to decide whether to hold a
UK spent £11m of public money fighting Libya rendition case

UK spent £11m of public money fighting Libya rendition case

Figures show vast sums spent resisting apology demands over rendition of Libyan dissidentsThe government spent more than £11m of public funds resisting demands for an apology, compensation and