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The Government has hit back at claims by a probation union that the public is being put at risk by the release of convicted terrorists from prison. Home Office figures show 118 people convicted of terrorism offences were freed between 2010 and 2013, with the Napo union warning government cuts were leaving the public “at ser...
Liberal Democrats plan ‘Stop and Search’ overhaul The Liberal Democrats are today announcing manifesto policy proposals to overhaul ‘stop and search’. We want t...
David Anderson said the definition of terrorism in current legislation was too broad. “This is not about being soft on terrorism. Where terrorism is suspected peopl...
Labour press release Labour will use the passage of the Data Retention Investigatory Powers Bill to call for a wider debate on the balance between liberty and sec...
The Shadow Defence Secretary has criticised David Cameron's recent announcement that £1bn would be invested in military equipment and cyber warfare. Vernon Coaker...
David Cameron said £1bn of extra defence spending would “help stop terrorism at source before it reaches our country”. “Because we have managed the economy p...
22/07/2014 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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14/07/2014 on The World at One, BBC Radio 4
14/07/2014 on Daily Politics, BBC Two
14/07/2014 on BBC News
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