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Leaked memos show the U.K. intelligence agency has repeatedly warned internally that it fears “damaging public debate” about the nature and scale of its mass spying activities because it could lead to legal challenges that affect the program.
It was not staffers but actual Labour MPs who leaked the memo to the U.S. | story
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