The Guardian journalist whose partner was detained for nine hours under anti-terror laws at Heathrow Airport has given his first British TV interview to ITV News, revealing he is "angry" but "not surprised" by the police's action.
Glenn Greenwald told Brazil Correspondent Nick Ravenscroft he would not "allow emotion and anger" to "influence (his) journalistic and professional judgements".
He added: "I'm angry at what the UK did to my partner (David Miranda) but I'm not surprised."
You can see the interview in full on ITV News at Ten.
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The Guardian journalist whose partner was held at Heathrow Airport hits out at the UK as he gives ITV News his first British TV interview.