Human Rights campaign group Liberty has called on Parliament to act over allegations police 'tried to spy' on Cambridge University students.
It said 'proper judicial checks' on police surveillance were 'badly overdue'.
And it warned that if protest groups were now considered 'fair game' it undermined policing and democracy itself.
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