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Concerns over torture guidelines

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Ministers have been told by the Equality and Human Rights Commission to review new guidelines for officers of the intelligence services on the torture of suspects who are held abroad.

The Commission's legal director John Wadham and Lord Carlisle, independent reviewer of terror legislation, debate whether the guidelines breach human rights laws.


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