Lord Goldsmith's testimony on the British Government's latest counter-terrorism proposals


Former UK attorney-general, the Rt Hon Lord Goldsmith QC, and the head of the Crown Prosecution Service,�Sir Ken Macdonald QC have testified before the House of Commons Home Affairs Committee regarding proposals to extend beyond 28 days the period for detention of terrorism suspects without charge.

A web cast of Lord Goldsmith's testimony is available on the UK Parliament's web site>

22 November 2007

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