Amendments recommended by the Joint Committee on Human Rights to add safeguards to the Bill were defeated in a series of votes. More can be read here.
Abdul Hakim Belhaj, who sued the Government for its alleged involvement in his rendition back to Libya in 2004, has offered to settle his case against the Government for £1 from each defendant and a formal apology and admission of liability. More can be read here.
Report Stage and Third Reading of the Bill will be held on 4 March and 7 March.
The amendments fall short of the recommendations of the JCHR and do not reinstate the House of Lords amendments. The amendments can be read here.
Ahead of Report stage in the House of Commons, the Committee calls for stronger safeguards in Government proposals to extend the use of so-called secret courts in civil cases. The report can be read here.
Andrew Tyrie MP responds to the points made by the Minister without Portfolio in the Times. The article can be read here.