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Former MI5 chief wants new UK border laws

Britain should implement tougher border controls in the wake of failed car bombings allegedly carried out by immigrants to the country, a former head of the domestic intelligence service has said. Speaking to the Daily Mail, Dame Stella Rimington, who headed MI5 from 1992 to 1996, also said that Britain should take no solace from the fact that the attempted car bombings in London and Glasgow about two weeks ago failed. Full Story

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