The former Shadow Home Secretary, reports BBC News:
cited the case of Rangzieb Ahmed, from Rochdale, who was jailed for life for being an al-Qaeda planner.
Mr Davies (sic) told the House of Commons that intelligence services had allowed Ahmed to go to Pakistan.
Once there, they alerted Pakistani authorities who arrested him and tortured him, parliament was told.
Mr Davies (sic) is calling for a judicial inquiry into at least 15 cases where torture of terrorist suspects has been alleged.