Monthly Archives: June 2014

Tony Banks, EDMs, and the MI5 pigeon plot

Following from my previous post in relation to MPs’ use of Early Day Motions to raise concerns relating to the work of the intelligence and security agencies, my favourite intelligence related EDM was tabled by the Labour MP, Tony Banks, who died … Continue reading

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Tom Watson’s Early Day Motion on ‘Mass Surveillance’

The Labour MP, Tom Watson, has tabled an Early Day Motion expressing concern at the surveillance of the internet activity of British citizens. It follows from evidence given this week to the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, by Charles Farr, Director of the … Continue reading

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