On 25 July, the Intelligence and Security Committee published a report on allegations of UK intelligence and security agencies’ involvement in renditions. The report notes that the intelligence agencies were slow to perceive the emerging pattern of renditions to detention in 2002, and criticises the UK authorities’ failure to take sufficient care in sharing intelligence on Bisher Al- Rawi and Jamil el-Banna, subsequently rendered to Guantánamo Bay detention centre.

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