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Monday, November 07, 2005

Anti-Terror Efforts in Britain

From the Rocky Mountain News:

The government of Prime Minister Tony Blair refused Monday to back down on plans to detain terror suspects for up to 90 days without charge.
After talks with lawmakers, Home Secretary Charles Clarke said Monday night that the government stands by the 90-day limit in the proposed Terrorism Bill, despite the bill's near defeat at an early reading in Parliament last week.
But Clarke said the government will amend the bill to include a clause allowing for review in a year to see if it is appropriate.

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--Tom Hayes


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