Theresa May faces uncomfortable questions over CIA terror report

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Theresa May faces uncomfortable questions over CIA terror report

Home Secretary Theresa May is set to face questioning from the Commons Select Committee over a report into the torture of terrorism suspects by the CIA.

The Government admitted yesterday it asked for some redactions in the report for reasons of national security.

Ed Miliband was forced to comment on his brother David’s actions at the time, who was then Home Secretary.

Yesterday, Dianne Abbott spoke with London Live and remarked that she felt the Labour mayoral race as being “engineered”.  Joe Watts discusses the implications of this and whether Labour supporters do have a real choice of candidate.
 

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