PM: Intelligence agencies subject to 'proper scrutiny'

Prime Minister David Cameron stressed UK intelligence agencies operated within the law and were subject to "proper scrutiny" by politicians.

Speaking to ITV News Political Correspondent Libby Wiener Mr Cameron said the UK's intelligence services were necessary to protect citizens in a "dangerous world".

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Hague: Snooping claim 'baseless'

The Foreign Secretary has dismissed claims that spy centre GCHQ used private data from US security agencies to circumvent British laws are "baseless."