British Torture

The Use of Torture by Great Democracies Was the Most Shameful Scandal of the War on Terror

Corinna Ferguson | Posted 13.03.2012 | UK Politics
Corinna Ferguson

The government is more than capable of setting up effective and independent investigations - consider the Leveson Inquiry into press practices or the Baha Mousa Inquiry into the use of banned interrogation methods by the MoD in Iraq. Why can't ministers do the same for victims of torture?