telephone tapping

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telephone tapping

[ˈtɛlɪfəʊnˌtæpɪŋ] nintercettazione f telefonica
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Bereaved relatives said their long-standing demands for a public inquiry must now be answered after a new documentary claims the phone-tap information was never passed to detectives probing the bombing, which was carried out by the anti-peace process Real IRA.
PRIME Minister Gordon Brown yesterday paved the way for some phone-tap evidence to be used in court - provided strict safeguards are met.
A TOP-LEVEL review has recommended changes in the law to allow phone-tap evidence to be used in court, Prime Minister Gordon Brown is expected to announce today.
During the trial, prosecutors revealed phone-tap recordings of the defendants discussing possible targets, including the Jyllands-Posten newspaper, which published cartoons of the Prophet Muhamm-mad in 2005, the City Hall Square in Copenhagen and the nearby Tivoli amusement park.
Mr Boone said: "My client was acquitted because of a lack of evidence against him and the prosecutor was unable to prove that it was he on phone-tap recordings played to the court.
Mr Brown will also call a cross-party Privy Council review of laws banning the use of phone-tap evidence in court.
Bereaved relatives said their long-standing demands for a public inquiry must now be answered after a new documentary claimed the phone-tap information was never passed to detectives probing the bombing carried out by the Real IRA.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown is expected to announce a top-level review recommending phone-tap evidence to be allowed in court.
Times are changing and tomorrow Gordon Brown will reveal the findings of a review into the use of phone-tap evidence in court cases.
Mr Brown is also planning to summon cross-party talks in the Privy Council on the use of phone-tap evidence in court - something which was resisted by Prime Minister Tony Blair because security services fear it will expose their secret surveillance methods.
Mr Brown is also planning to summon cross-party talks in the Privy Council on the use of phone-tap evidence in court ( something which was resisted by Tony Blair because security services fear it will expose their secret surveillance methods.
The new Metropolitan Police Commissioner today called for phone-tap evidence to be used to bring terror suspects to trial.