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Counter-terrorism and security bill: proposals and pitfalls

The counter-terrorism and security bill to be published on Wednesday will be the seventh major counter-terror law introduced in Britain since 9/11. It will be the first to introduce major coercive measures since the coalition government came to power in 2010 pledging to restore civil liberties.

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