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PRISM fallout: Hague says UK citizens have ‘nothing to fear’ from GCHQ surveillance

09.06.2013 15:20

Law-abiding citizens need not fear intelligence sharing between the US and UK, Britain’s Foreign Secretary promised. His comments follow reports data gathered in the US-run PRISM program was shared with the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).

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Anonymous user 19.07.2013 15:57

Hague must think were all idiots. He,s another warmonger who wants to arm Cannibal rebels in Syria.

Anonymous user 18.07.2013 22:49

More mp lies kick m out

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 08:35

Murrdoc gp charged phone tapping compensated paid out. what about NSA and GCHQ? where's my payment?

Anonymous user 02.07.2013 08:23

The US must stop go around the world lecture peoples on human right and democracy. Snowden TRUE HERO

 

computerenigma 24.06.2013 18:45

NTHNTF. I would like to reassure all politicians that they have nothing to fear from me so I would like access to all of their telephone conversations both public and private. After all, if they have done nothing wrong, they have nothing to fear. Sounds reasonable?

Anonymous user 24.06.2013 15:40

I don't trust Hague.

Anonymous user 21.06.2013 21:21

Law-abiding citizens need not fear intelligence sharing -and we decide what is this.

Anonymous user 21.06.2013 20:26

SLAVES need not fear intelligence

Anonymous user 10.06.2013 18:19

Did anyone see when that GCHQ building flew in and parked up!

Anonymous user 10.06.2013 17:01

Take your lies and shuve em where the sun don't shine gobshyte!

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