MI6 chief Sawers: we have nothing to do with torture and rights abuses

MI6 has declined to pass on information about individuals to foreign countries if it could lead to torture even though terrorist activity could be the end result, the head of the agency said.

Sir John Sawers, responding to persistent allegations of collusion in torture by the security and intelligence agencies, described the potential to save lives but said the risk of human rights abuse threw up real, constant, operational dilemmas — via redwolf.newsvine.com

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