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17 Jun, 2008 11:44

Interview with Boris Kagarlitsky

New laws which hand British police the power to detain terror suspects for up to six weeks without charge has raised serious concerns. An expert from the Institute of Globalisation and Social Movements in Moscow, Boris Kagarlitsky, tells us why.

"The terrorism threat is a tremendous possibility, a great pretext, for the manipulation and control over society, no matter where it happens – in England or Russia.