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Liberal Democrat MPs have written to David Cameron to warn any decision not to cut detention times from 28 days to 14 would jeopardise the coalition's civil liberties credentials.


MPs last night called for 'assurances' to be made over the private firms that run police cells, on the back of reports from the Independent Police Complaints Commission of a number of deaths and injuries that have occurred in custody.


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