HC Deb 09 June 2004 vol 422 c427W
Norman Baker

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department pursuant to his answer of 24 May,Official Report, column 1413W, on Guantanamo Bay, on how many occasions officers carrying out interviews informed the relevant authorities of complaints made by detainees alleging treatment by US forces contrary to the terms of the Geneva Convention. [176845]

Mr. Blunkett

[Holding answer 7 June, 2004]: Some of the detainees questioned by UK intelligence personnel have complained about their treatment in detention. All complaints made by detainees interviewed by British Intelligence officers were passed onto the US authorities, who are responsible for the treatment of those detained in Guantanamo Bay.