Cameron defends government's surveillance plans

David Cameron has denied that Government proposals to monitor calls, emails, texts and website visits would be a "snoopers' charter". He insisted the moves were needed to keep up with changes in technology and were vital in the effort to tackle serious crime and terrorism.

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Lib Dems vow to halt 'snooping'

Liberals Democrats have vowed to kills government plans to allow all calls, emails, texts and website visits to be monitored. David Cameron has insisted the scheme should plud "significant gaps" in UK security.