UK’s secret policy on torture revealed

Tony Blair evaded a series of questions over the role he played in authorising changes to the instructions in 2004, while the former home secretary David Blunkett maintained it was potentially libellous even to ask him questions about the matter.

As foreign secretary, David Miliband told MPs the secret policy could never be made public as “nothing we publish must give succour to our enemies”.

Blair, Blunkett and the former foreign secretary Jack Straw also declined to say whether or not they were aware that the instructions had led to a number of people being tortured.

But DON’T WORRY folks, there’s going to be an inquiry which will blow this whole shebang wide open and put these folks in prison.

Or not.

UK’s secret policy on torture revealed

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