November 2nd, 2015
Episode 697 of 1744 episodes
Judges need to be willing to be trained on matters of national security, Lord Carlile, former independent reviewer of terrorism legislation said, ahead of the publication of the investigatory powers bill this week. The BBC's security correspondent, Gordon Correra, and Will Geddes, managing director of International Corporate Protection further discuss the implications of the bill, dubbed by opponents 'the snoopers' charter'.
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