Cameron says any MI6 'malpractice' in Libya to be probed
Allegations that MI6 was involved in the rendition of Libyan terror suspects should be examined by an independent inquiry, David Cameron has said.
It comes after papers suggesting close ties between MI6, the CIA and the Gaddafi regime were found in Tripoli.
In a statement to the Commons, the prime minister said his "main concern was removing any stain from Britian's reputation" and to allow the security services to "get on with the vital work that they do".
05 Sep 2011
- From the section UK Politics