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Labour’s majority cut on terror

The government’s majority was cut to just one vote after warnings that its anti-terror plans could encourage young people to become terrorists. John Denham, chairman of the Commons home affairs select committee, raised that fear about moves to outlaw glorification of terrorism. Critics tried to force changes to the plans so people could be prosecuted only if they intended to incite terror. Full Story

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