Document Library - APPG Letters
The APPG's letter to the Department for Transport (DfT) asking what measures they had put in place to ensure the Intelligence and Security Committee's (ISC) recommendations on record keeping were properly implemented.
Andrew Tyrie writes to the Scottish Parliament's First Minister Alex Salmond about allegations that rendition flights have gone through Scottish airspace and refuelled at Scottish airports.
The APPG made submissions to the Human Rights Council of the United Nations (UN) regarding the review of the UK, which took place in the first session of the Universal Periodic Review, held in April 2008.
The APPG wrote to Secretary of State for Justice Jack Straw on 8 October 2007, asking him if he agreed with the views expressed by his predecessor Lord Falconer in a letter to the APPG on 27 June 2007. It received a reply dated 3 November 2007.
The APPG wrote to the Secretary of State for Justice Jack Straw on 8 October 2007, further to a letter sent to Lord Falconer on 16 April 2007, to which he replied on 27 June 2007. This previous correspondence can be found in the Other Correspondence of the APPG Letters section on the website.
The Lord Chancellor, Lord Falconer, replied to the APPG's letter on Rendition
Andrew Tyrie wrote to Dick Marty, Rapporteur for the Council of Europe investigation into rendition and secret detention involving CoE member states. Dr Marty replied.
The All Party Group wrote to US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. A reply was received from John Bellinger, the Legal Adviser to the State Department.
The APPG wrote to US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. A reply was received from her office, enclosing copies of her speech 'Remarks on departure for Europe' which sets out US policy on rendition.