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Kick this legislation out
12 June 2003

'Tony Blair was given a mild drubbing by the Women's Institute last week. But that is nothing to what ought to happen this week as the RIP (regulation of investigatory powers) bill enters its committee stage in the Lords. People and industry are only just waking up to the enormity of what is proposed and their lordships would do us all a favour if they used their delaying powers to throw this disgraceful bill back to the Commons for a complete rewrite.' link

Posted by SteveC at 06:03 PM Thu 12 Jun 2003 Categories: Cost to industry , The Guardian