On 2 June 2008, the Guardian reported on allegations that the US had been holding detainees in ships, and that some of these ships had operated in or around the territorial waters of Diego Garcia.
On 2 May 2008, the Independent reported on the different approaches to freedom of information in the UK and the US, citing the APPG's requests to the Ministry of Defence.
On 22 February 2008, the Guardian reported the Foreign Secretary's admission that two rendition flights had refuelled on the British island of Diego Garcia in 2002.
On 22 February 2008, the Times reported the Foreign Secretary's statement on terrorist suspects, in which he confirmed that two rendition flights had refuelled at Diego Garcia.
On 2 February 2008, Al-Jazeera reported allegations that Diego Garcia had been used in the rendition programme. APPG Chairman Andrew Tyrie was interviewed for the report.
On 1 February 2008, the Independent reported on the Government's refusal to disclose information on Diego Garcia, following a request by the APPG.
On 19 October 2007 The Guardian reported that the Foreign Affairs Committee was to examine allegations surrounding Diego Garcia in its forthcoming report into the Overseas Territories.