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Brown backs tougher terror laws

Chancellor Gordon Brown has called for tougher security measures to tackle the threat of global terrorism. He said police should be given the power to detain terror suspects for more than 28 days without charge. Speaking in London, he also defended the new offence of the glorification of terrorism, which MPs vote on this week. He said three terror attacks had been thwarted against Britain since July. He also outlined plans for a National Veterans’ Day and more cash for police. Full Story

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