IPT rules on interception of Parliamentarians’ communications – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted October 20th, 2015 in interception, investigatory powers, news, parliament, tribunals by sally

‘If parliamentarians are seen to be taking a more forensic interest in matters of surveillance in the coming weeks and months, the reason is unlikely to be purely down to the publication of the greatly anticipated surveillance legislation. Last week’s Investigatory Powers Tribunal judgment has sent ripples of discontent through both Houses of Parliament, evidenced in immediate calls for an emergency debate on the subject (scheduled to take place in the House of Commons later today).’

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UK Human Rights Blog, 19th October 2015

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