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Britain's record on counter-terrorism has been censured in Amnesty International's annual report.
It calls for a public inquiry into allegations that MI5 agents were complicit in the torture of Binyam Mohamed.
Kate Allen, UK director of Amnesty, said the British Government had a "mixed record" on human rights over the past year.
She said Amnesty was "very concerned" about allegations about UK complicity in torture and in allowing rendition flights.
Mohamed, who returned to the UK in February after four years in Guantanamo Bay, alleges British agents knew he was being tortured