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I thank the Minister for his helpful response. I take his point about the importance of the independence of the Investigatory Powers Commissioner. Amendment 142 agreed.
My Lords, I shall speak to Amendments 142 and 145 to Clause 212. These are in my name and I speak as a member of the Intelligence and Security Committee. This clause deals with the annual reports to be made by the Investigatory Powers Commissioner to the Prime Minister on the functions of the judicial commissioners. The subject of Amendment 142 concerns those targeted warrants which relate to...
My Lords, I rise briefly to speak to Amendment 1, tabled in my name. I declare an interest as a member of the Intelligence and Security Committee. When the ISC reported on the draft Bill, we recommended that privacy protection should form the backbone of the legislation, around which the exceptional, intrusive powers would then be built. This recommendation was to underline at the very outset...
Entered the House of Lords on 18 October 2007
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