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Asked if people were "seriously expected to believe" that in the light of the ISC report this morning, the police and the security services were worried about the distinction between an annual review and a Sunset Clause when agents of MI6 who were sent to interview people in a prisoner of war camp did not know the Geneva Convention, and did it not "beggar belief" that they did not know the law regarding international conflict, the PMOS said that what they were concerned about was whether the legislation that they had come to rely on was actually going to be pulled. The PMOS said that was a much bigger distinction between a Sunset Clause and a review.

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