An imminent British inquiry into its agents' use of torture overseas has been slammed before its had a chance to get started. It was revealed that Britain was prepared to use harsh interrogation if the potential information that was gained was considered important enough. That's led human rights groups to boycott the inquiry, saying it lacks credibility, as Laura Emmett reports.
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