Labour MP Tom Watson has hit out the emergency legislation announced by the government that will allow police and MI5 to probe mobile phone and internet data.
Mr Watson said it was vital that MPs were given time to read and scrutinise any Bill.
Statement on Comms Data and Interception confirmed for this morning. MPs have not seen the BIll that will be railroaded through next week.
I've asked Labour's front bench to publicly oppose the rush for legislation. MPs need time to read any proposed Bill https://t.co/klwYBJbZaG
Something terrible could be happeing in Parliament on Monday and I need your urgent attention: https://t.co/klwYBJbZaG
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