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Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill: Schedule 1 (6 May 2008)

Dari Taylor: I am listening carefully to the hon. Gentleman, and there is absolutely no doubt that every Member is nodding and agreeing with the things that he is saying. However, I put it to him seriously—it is difficult to make this statement—that 800 people were seriously injured and 52 were dead after 7/7. How does that context compare with the one that he sets out?

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill: Schedule 1 (6 May 2008)

Dari Taylor: I have no doubt that there is a commonality of purpose across the House. I am sure that every Member wants to establish measures that will enable the pursuit of terrorists and prevent acts of terrorism. I am disappointed that we seem unable to achieve consensus. The reserve powers asked for are to be used in an emergency and temporarily, should they be required. I was of the belief that that...

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill: Schedule 1 (6 May 2008)

Dari Taylor: I will always resist a bat and ball game. I have been here for 11 years and I know that to achieve serious legislation I will constantly and absolutely focus on the deliberation to achieve the best, and not play some political bat and ball game, which the greater majority of the British public would totally resist, putting all our comments in the bin. We are attempting to understand the risk,...

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill: Schedule 1 (6 May 2008)

Dari Taylor: It only squares because Lord Carlile makes it clear to me that if one produces holding charges one will inevitably miss the real substance of evidence that could be out there to be collected.

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill: Schedule 1 (6 May 2008)

Dari Taylor: I have read what the hon. and learned Gentleman is saying. My concern is that producing evidence, achieving evidence in a global or local, familiar or unfamiliar environment, and sometimes in languages for which we have few translators, is monstrously difficult. Acquiring evidence that can be produced, that is absolutely evidential, that is totally factual, is extremely difficult. Although...

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill: Schedule 1 (6 May 2008)

Dari Taylor: I totally agree with the hon. Gentleman. The evidence gathering on Operation Overt was frankly scintillating. It was an amazing feat. It delivered in the most amazing manner. [ Interruption. ] All right. I will not go there. This is just one example. I think there are many more. The unknown unknowns are an absolute for me. I am not prepared to move with the hon. Gentleman on the one that...

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill: Schedule 1 (6 May 2008)

Dari Taylor: I am attempting to see where we can meet across the differences that we clearly have and I would like to persuade the hon. and learned Gentleman that, understanding the nature of the risks and the threats is something that we must all put our minds to. Over the weekend I was reading the briefing paper “Inside the Crevice”, which said that the problem we are attempting to cope with is that...

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill: Schedule 1 (6 May 2008)

Dari Taylor: We are not talking in hypothetical terms at all. We have had some of the most serious terrorist actions in Britain over the past few years. They have been shocking for all of us. However, the real point that I want to put to the hon. and learned Gentleman is that we have a prevent strategy, to which I thought that the whole House had signed up. It is a strategy that involves Muslims and any...

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill: Schedule 1 (6 May 2008)

Dari Taylor: If the hon. and learned Gentleman is not persuaded by my hon. Friend the Member for Reading, West, is there a chance that he will be persuaded by Lord Carlile? In evidence to us, he said: “I believe that there have been cases in which people have been charged when greater evidence might have been made available by following up sensitive intelligence or other evidence that is inadmissible...

Written Answers — Health: Ambulance Services: Emergency Calls (6 May 2008)

Dari Taylor: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) how many ambulance calls were made to ambulance call or control centres in (a) Middlesbrough and (b) Tyneside in 2007-08 or the most recent year for which information is available; (2) how many ambulance calls made to the call centre in Middlesbrough in the last 12-month period for which information is available were from people in (a)...

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill (24 Apr 2008)

Dari Taylor: There is great interest in radicalisation, so I would like to suggest that, if people have not read Michael Gove’s book on terrorism, it is well worth reading. It is a well-rounded book that I would recommend you pick up. My interest and concern is in using intercept as evidence. I feel a lot more comfortable knowing that there will be an informal seminar on intercept; that will be very...

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill (24 Apr 2008)

Dari Taylor: It would be really valuable if he said yes.

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill (24 Apr 2008)

Dari Taylor: Minister, I think that the answer could again be yes, but here goes—[ Interruption. ] . I am being picked on.

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill (24 Apr 2008)

Dari Taylor: Could there be a realistic concern that if a person is charged with a lesser offence, because of time constraints, that could easily blow open the investigation, by ensuring that what evidence the police, special branch or whoever wants to collect becomes obvious to those who are not coming forward, and they then go to ground, making the evidence impossible to retrieve? Is there a concern...

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill (24 Apr 2008)

Dari Taylor: I have been listening carefully to your response, Mr. Rebello, and I was prompted by the thought that our security services do not exist in absentia, but actually work with other countries. If the security services say that there would be a problem if evidence was secured from another country, would you accept that it was absolutely in the interests of our national security that that...

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill (24 Apr 2008)

Dari Taylor: Could we have at least two minutes as a comfort break?

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill (24 Apr 2008)

Dari Taylor: I am interested in the way in which people are talking more and more about using intercept as evidence. I would be grateful if you could give us your view about how intercept evidence might be useful, limited or perhaps not used at all.

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill (24 Apr 2008)

Dari Taylor: May I ask one further question?

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill (24 Apr 2008)

Dari Taylor: Yes. I have been led to believe that the technology that is used is becoming much more complex and that it will ensure that tracing will become so much more difficult that intercept will become less and less available to us.

Public Bill Committee: Counter-Terrorism Bill: Further written evidence to be reported to the House (24 Apr 2008)

Dari Taylor: I would be interested in hearing your views on the use of intercept as evidence.


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