Theresa May told to take draft Investigatory Powers Bill back to the drawing board

Dave Neal
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Again.

Yet another parliamentary report has criticised Home Secretary Theresa May's draft Investigatory Powers Bill, warning that the government needs to provide greater justification for the proposed bul...

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