Phone and internet firms will be forced to store for a year records of any call, email or website visit in the UK, under a law quietly introduced last night. Taxpayers will pay £46.58million so that police, the security services, health authorities and even town halls will have the right to access their 'communications' records.

Phil Booth of the NO2ID campaign accused the Government of yet again using terrorism as an excuse to extend public bodies' snooping powers.

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