The Government's plans to pass new laws to make sure police can access mobile phone and internet data have met with a mixed reaction.
Some MPs have claimed ministers are trying to railroad through the plans without consulting Parliament, but David Cameron and Nick Clegg insisted the proposals were essential to keeping the UK safe.
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