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The Committee's report on the US-UK Extradition Treaty was published on 30 March 2012 as the Twentieth Report of Session 2010-12, HC 644.
Inquiry exploring the issues arising from both the US-UK Extradition Treaty and the European Arrest Warrant, and to discover whether any progress has been made in addressing the problems since the previous Committee’s evidence session on the subject of the UK-US Treaty on 10 November 2009.
Home Affairs Committee publishes report into extradition
MPs complete inquiry into Extradition
Home Affairs Committee meets US Department of Justice
Home Affairs Committee continues inquiry into extradition
Statement to the Home Affairs Committee by Louis B. Sussman, United States Ambassador
On Tuesday 18 January, the Home Affairs Committee will take further evidence on extradition
MPs look at UK’s extradition arrangements with the US, EU and other countries