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Secrets, Surveillance and the State of British Democracy

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Heather Brooke, award-winning campaigner and journalist

Heather Brooke - Secrets, Surveillance and the State of British Democracy

Award-winning campaigner Heather Brooke argues that we cannot call ourselves an informed electorate without access to information.

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