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UK legislators blast government over terrorism curbs

A British parliamentary committee accused the government on Sunday of breaking European human rights law with its curbs on terrorism suspects and urged it to do more to prosecute suspects instead. British Prime Minister Tony Blair rushed “control orders” through parliament in 2005 after courts threw out emergency post-September 11 powers to jail foreign suspects indefinitely. The orders gave authorities the power to impose a variety of restrictions on terrorism suspects ranging from surrendering their passports or restricting movement to electronic tagging. Full Story

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