The UK will soon reveal plans to reform the country’s spy agencies, following the outbreak of the surveillance scandal by former NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden last year. Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper, in a speech at a think-tank entitled Demos, is expected to call on the British government to promote vital reforms with a view to enhancing trust in government surveillance agencies, as the Guardian reported.
In her upcoming speech, Cooper is expected to say: "The government can't keep ...
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