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Britain’s interior minister tries to rally support for anti-terror plan

Britain’s interior minister tried to rally support for a raft of new anti-terror laws, including a controversial plan to hold security suspects for up to three months without charge. Home Secretary Charles Clarke also wants to allow terror suspects to give information in return for lighter sentences — so-called intelligence interviews — and he hopes to create an offence of “glorifying terrorism”. The measures form part of a package of rules and draft legislation that have been drawn up by Prime Minister Tony Blair’s government in the aftermath of the July 7 bombings in London that left 56 people dead.Full Story

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