» Wednesday, April 18, 2012


Asked whether the PM welcomed the fact that ex-Foreign Secretary Jack Straw is now a co-defendant in a legal case regarding Rendition, the PMS said she would not comment on the details of a specific case. The Government stands firmly against torture and takes the allegations seriously.

Asked whether the Government would resist any attempts to have potential written authorisation disclosed publicly, the PMS said she would not enter into discussions of the case.

Asked whether the Government would urge Jack Straw to disclose details of any written sanction of rendition, the PMS said she would not comment on the details of the case.

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