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Anti-terror chief demands reforms to system

Scotland Yard’s top anti-terror official today called for radical changes to the way terrorism is investigated and prosecuted. The deputy assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan police, Peter Clarke, called for a new national structure to police terrorism that goes beyond the current plans to merge a number of forces. Mr Clarke also called for changes to rules on what evidence jurors are allowed to hear in court, and for a tightening of the use of controversial anti-terror stop-and-search powers in order to avoid alienating ethnic minorities. Full Story

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