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Home Secretary, Alan Johnson, made a written ministerial statement to MPs on the use of intercept material as evidence in court
Mr Johnson told MPs that the practical testing done so far had not turned out to be legally viable. However, more analysis is going ahead in the following areas:
The Government will report on the results of this work before the Easter recess.
Further written ministerial statements can be found in Commons Hansard.
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