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The Home Secretary has denied asking for redactions in the CIA torture report and rejected calls for a judge-led inquiry into British involvement in US-led torture. Appearing in front of the Home Affairs Committee this afternoon, Theresa May told MPs: “I have certainly not asked for any redactions to take place in the ...
The Home Secretary has today denied asking for redactions in the CIA torture report and rejected calls for a judge-led inquiry into British involvement in orture. ...
Rory Stewart questioned whether the UK had an overall strategy for tackling Islamic State militants in Iraq. "I think the biggest question is over the overall mis...
A press release from Andrew Tyrie: The Financial Conduct Authority has today published the report of the independent inquiry - conducted by Simon Davis of Cliffor...
A press release from the Chancellor: The Chancellor George Osborne has made the following statement in response to today's publication by the Financial Conduct Aut...
David Davis MP press release Responding to the decision of the High Court to allow the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act (DRIPA) to be judicially reviewe...
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