Archive of 23 February 2010

Justice for prisoners? The proceedings call for a judge to scrutinise government guidance on interrogation

New challenge over torture complicity

The government is facing a new challenge over its alleged complicity in torture today, as Reprieve launches legal proceedings against its guidance to intelligence officers.

  • Vince Cable believes the Labour government is to blame for the banking crisis

    Cable offers banks an olive branch

    Vince Cable reassured banks that the Liberal Democrats are not their enemies today as he explained the party's plan to separate their retail and investment services.

  • Torture complicity allegations continue to mount

    National security excuses 'absolute rubbish'

    Publication of guidance for Britain's intelligence agents detailing what counts as complicity in torture should not be withheld on grounds of national security, Ed Davey has said.

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