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Communication Data Bill

Asked if the Government remained committed to the Communications Data Bill, the PMS replied that Jacqui Smith would say in her speech today that we would consult before introducing the Communications Bill. It had been due to be introduced this session, but now would be opened to consultation.

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  1. Communications Data Bill, Jacqui Smith, New Labour

    For anyone who wants to help get the message out to as many people as possible that this is a pernicious law, designed – not at all to aid in crime prevention, policing or terrorism prevention – but purely and simply as a method of controlling people by infringing their civil liberties and instilling fear in them, please visit the site


    and share your ideas about what can be done.

    Thank you.

    Comment by Atomboy — 22 Oct 2008 on 10:32 pm | Link

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