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Does security undermine civil liberty?


In the first public speech by the head of the MI6, Sir John Sawers said the agency had nothing to do with torture, but defended its secrecy.

Director of the pressure group Liberty Shami Chakrabati and Professor Anthony Glees, director of the centre for Security and Intelligence Studies at the University of Buckingham discuss just how secret the secret service should be.

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