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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.

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Home Affairs Committee to question May over surveillance laws

Chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee Keith Vaz said Theresa May would be questioned by MPs over her plan to bring in new surveillance laws on April 24.

The Home Office intends to bring in powers that would allow emails, texts and website visits to be monitored.

The committee is looking forward to questioning the Home Secretary on a number of issues, in particular the Government's proposals to introduce laws allowing the monitoring of all emails, texts and web use in the UK."

– Keith Vaz, Chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee

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