A committee of MPs is to examine the 27 different areas of concern highlighted by the initial stages of a scrapped inquiry into rendition and torture, the Government said.
Ken Clarke told MPs the initial findings of Sir Peter Gibson's inquiry would be passed to the Intelligence and Security Committee, with a view to a report coming back at the end of next year.
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