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CIA interrogation report: MPs to study UK role

MPs are to ask the CIA for redacted sections of a report into its post-9/11 interrogation programme which could detail UK involvement, Sir Malcolm Rifkind has confirmed.

The chair of the Intelligence and Security Committee said former and current ministers could also be asked to give evidence.

The US Senate report, published last week, described the sometimes "brutal" treatment of terror suspects, which included water-boarding, sleep deprivation and rectal feeding.

Gordon Corera reports.

  • 14 Dec 2014
  • From the section UK
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