The Guardian has welcomed what it called a "partial victory" after David Miranda, who was held at Heathrow Airport under anti-terror laws, was granted a limited injunction by the High Court.
A Guardian News & Media spokesperson said: "We welcome this partial victory but have grave concerns that today's judgment allows police to examine without any legal oversight journalistic material seized from David Miranda.
"It remains our position that David Miranda was involved in legitimate journalistic activity."
The independent reviewer of terrorism legislation said he will examine the detention of David Miranda at Heathrow Airport.
Nick Clegg has backed David Cameron's decision to send a top civil servant to The Guardian to urge them to destroy classified data.
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.