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Spying or security? British government presents new legislation to give authorities ‘licence to operate’

Civil liberties groups sound alarm about lack of oversight, claiming it could eventually give rise to blanket surveillance programmes.

4 Nov 2015 - 11:07PM

Civil liberties groups sound alarm about lack of oversight, claiming it could eventually give rise to blanket surveillance programmes.

Spying or security? British government presents new legislation to give authorities ‘licence to operate’
‘A deliberate snub’: Prince Charles will skip banquet with President Xi Jinping
England calling: opportunity knocks for Dele Alli and Theo Walcott to show their talent in Euro 16 group game

Tottenham Hotspur teenager Dele Alli is one of several players hoping to make an impression when England begin their preparations for next year's European Championships against Estonia today.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

Tottenham Hotspur teenager Dele Alli is one of several players hoping to make an impression when England begin their preparations for next year's European Championships against Estonia today.

England calling: opportunity knocks for Dele Alli and Theo Walcott to show their talent in Euro 16 group game
‘Accidental queen’ Elizabeth II set to break record for longest-serving British monarch
Australia skipper Michael Clarke out cheaply in final Ashes test at The Oval

Michael Clarke was out for just 15 against England on the first day of the fifth Ashes test at The Oval yesterday in what was set to be the Australia captain’s penultimate innings in international cricket.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:54PM

Michael Clarke was out for just 15 against England on the first day of the fifth Ashes test at The Oval yesterday in what was set to be the Australia captain’s penultimate innings in international cricket.

Australia skipper Michael Clarke out cheaply in final Ashes test at The Oval
Former FIA head Max Mosley calls for level Formula One playing field
'Double headlocked' John Terry complains about rough treatment at Old Trafford
Clinton backs Scotland to stay in UK as part of European Union

Former US secretary of state says it would be a loss for both sides if Scotland votes to separate from the United Kingdom while Britain should remain in the European Union

20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM

Former US secretary of state says it would be a loss for both sides if Scotland votes to separate from the United Kingdom while Britain should remain in the European Union

Clinton backs Scotland to stay in UK as part of European Union
Sick thieves target home of Peaches Geldof weeks after her death
Opposition leader accuses Malaysian government of MH370 cover-up

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim has accused the government of hiding information on missing flight MH370, saying the country’s radar system would have detected any change of course.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM

Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim has accused the government of hiding information on missing flight MH370, saying the country’s radar system would have detected any change of course.

Opposition leader accuses Malaysian government of MH370 cover-up
 Muslim extremist killers of British soldier Lee Rigby sentenced to life in prison
Prince Charles, Jackie Chan back summit to combat illegal ivory trade

More than 40 countries including China and African states signed a declaration on Thursday aimed at stamping out the illegal trade in wildlife, in a move broadly welcomed by conservation groups.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:53PM

More than 40 countries including China and African states signed a declaration on Thursday aimed at stamping out the illegal trade in wildlife, in a move broadly welcomed by conservation groups.

Prince Charles, Jackie Chan back summit to combat illegal ivory trade
Flood-hit Britain now battered by storms, high winds
Britain's House of Lords defeats plans to penalise 'annoying' behaviour
Gurkha breaks hunger strike after Britain launches pensions probe
All Blacks maintain winning streak
Federer takes underdog role for Nadal showdown
Nadal secures top spot at ATP world finals
Beckham says support from Fergie revived his career
Opening ceremony looks to the skies
Huang tops golden day for China at rowing
Records tumble on first day of the Games
China beat Britain in final Velodrome race
‘Blade Runner’ Pistorius dethroned, Brazil triumphs
Bank of England likely to hold its fire on Thursday: economists
Manchester City stay unbeaten after win over QPR
Stage set for ‘Battle of the Blade Runners’
Meeting over Alps killings ‘productive’, says British police
Pistorius returns to defend 100m gold
Lights go out on ‘greatest ever games’