Human rights groups call for reform of government’s security committee – The Guardian

Posted March 1st, 2010 in human rights, intelligence services, news, torture by sally

“There was a growing clamour tonight for the reform and even abolition of the government’s intelligence and security committee after senior appeal court judges concluded that the security services they are supposed to scrutinise on behalf of the prime minister were able to get away with ‘a dubious record’ on torture.”

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The Guardian, 26th February 2010