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Coalition reforms to biometric data have left authorities unable to keep DNA and fingerprints of thousands of foreign criminals, a report has found. Alastair MacGregor, the Biometrics Commissioner, said the changes meant that police could not keep data from people who had been arrested but not charged, even if they had c...
Intelligence and Security Committee press release Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament further Inquiry on the Role of the UK Government and Security ...
William Hague said the “mindless violence” of the attack in Pakistan today showed the importance of counter-terror work. “We do work with other countries all over...
Today’s terror attack in Pakistan marks a “dark day for humanity”, David Cameron has said. The Prime Minister was responding to a Taliban attack on a school which...
The Home Secretary has today denied asking for redactions in the CIA torture report and rejected calls for a judge-led inquiry into British involvement in orture. ...
Rory Stewart questioned whether the UK had an overall strategy for tackling Islamic State militants in Iraq. "I think the biggest question is over the overall mis...
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