"What we need to do is balance the issues of security with the issue of the convenience for passengers," says Labour's Keith Vaz, Chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee.
"Not addressed, this dangerous cocktail could be a severe embarrassment to the Government. I hope the Home Secretary will take this warning."
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