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Terror plans are not ‘internment’

Proposed powers that could see UK terror suspects put under house arrest do not equate to a police state or internment, the lord chancellor said. Lord Falconer said a balance had to be struck to ensure people still enjoyed their basic liberties but also that they were protected from terrorism. The plans follow a law lords’ decision that detaining foreign terror suspects without trial breached human rights. Full Story

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