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UK Needs Complete Revamp of Surveillance Laws, Official Report Finds
A landmark report by the UK parliament's intelligence committee backed the bulk interception of data and client-lawyer communications, but said an overhaul of laws governing such surveillance is needed.
Man Allegedly Tortured by UK and US for Nearly a Decade Wins Right to Sue Britain
A Pakistani man who claims he was illegally detained and tortured by British forces in Iraq has won the right to sue the UK government over his ordeal.
New Documents Reveal the UK's Policies on Spying on Attorney-Client Communications
New documents reveal intelligence agencies hold policies for spying on confidential communications between lawyers and their clients.
Court May Reveal Details about UK Spying on Attorney-Client Communications
Attorneys for two victims of a controversial rendition program say British spy agencies have secret policies on the interception of private communications between lawyers and their clients that should be made public.