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undemocratic that c. u. case terrorism what stokes take a british legislation governing security services surveillance powers the author of the report says judges not the home office should have the final say on whose communications can be intercepted , about the whole process these far more transparency we're going to have a much simpler level at telling us when the authorities are allowed to , that's a little it's scattered all over the place , that's the legal framework for spying is muddled over sixty five parliamentary acts , home secretary theresa may has broadly welcomed the report but it may hinder some of her plans to date i'm reuters reports jack agrees and westminster why this report could prove problematic for the government they've been pushing for more surveillance powers the walk stokes findings means legislation already in the pipeline such as the communications data bill otherwise known as a sniper's charter could be pushed back a face serious reconsideration , a consultation period or a new bill is expected for august , labor m. p. a leading civil liberties , painted to watson says the devil will be in the detail but he remains hopeful that this time around the u. k. government is open to debate supporting such the progress i think with if the government take it seriously could be the first time the government gets its house in order i think the significant thing , stuff so extra safeguards on now on the table but in the same breath this report says only no go areas for security services should be minimized , a new bill may then limit how private communications all accessed but do nothing to restrict what kind and never to be seen