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The Surveillance Debate – Shaken But Not Stirred

by Eva Pascoe

James Bond girls are not cast for their bravery, as the size of their bikini seems to be more vital, but M (or rather Dame Judi Dench) is seen an example of a tough female character, admired for her courage and unflinching nature in the face of the most vicious of enemies. Our very own M, Baroness Manningham-Buller, former Director General of the Security Service, in her Reith Lectures in 2011 noted that “there is not liberty without security. The first human right listed in the European Convention of Human Rights is the right to life; the third is the right to liberty and security.”

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