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Draft Investigatory Powers Bill - sources

Wednesday, January 20, 2016 - 11:00

With the joint Parliamentary committee having finished taking evidence, there will probably be a short pause in the flow of information about the draft Investigatory Powers Bill until the Committee publishes its report (expected around 11th February) and the Government responds. If you want to do any further research in the meantime, the main sources are:

Let me know if you find anything interesting