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Theresa May faces questions 'over CIA terror report'

Theresa May faces questions over her role in the parts which were redacted from the American Senate's damning report on torture techniques used by the CIA after 9/11.

MPs on the influential Home Affairs Select Committee want to know whether she asked for sections to be redacted because they could embarrass Westminster.

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Answers sought on UK involvement in CIA detention

The Senate Committee that wrote the devastating report on CIA secret detention met 24 times with British officials, it has been revealed.

But a former Security Minister described some of the claims about his role in the meetings as "absolute rubbish".

The Government has insisted redactions made to the report at the request of the UK did not relate to alleged mistreatment of detainees.

But Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said there could yet be a full judicial inquiry into what, if any, involvement the UK had.

ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen reports.

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