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Inquiry called into any MI6 'malpractice' in Libya

David Cameron has said the latest allegations that Britain was involved in the transfer of terror suspects to Libya were significant, but he warned against any rush to judgement.

An inquiry will be carried out by Sir Peter Gibson, a retired judge who is already investigating whether the UK was involved in the rendition and torture of detainees overseas.

James Landale reports.

  • 05 Sep 2011
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