Government should stop state secrets being aired in court, says spy watchdog – The Guardian

Posted January 6th, 2012 in disclosure, intelligence services, news, torture by tracey

“The parliamentary watchdog for Britain’s spies is lobbying the government to introduce sweeping curbs that could prevent UK courts from examining intelligence material.
Proposals by the intelligence and security committee (ISC), brought to light by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, go beyond measures proposed by the government, which the ISC says ‘do not go far enough’.”

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The Guardian, 6th January 2012