26 January 2010
The Home Affairs Committee holds a one-off evidence session in which it examines the various new counter-terrorism measures to be adopted at British airports, including full body scanners, passenger profiling and ‘no fly’ lists. Watch live from 10.30am.
Video and Audio: Counter-Terrorism Measures evidence session
Home Affairs Committee
The session follows the announcement by the Home Secretary on 5 January that full body scanners would be deployed at British airports as part of an “immediate step to tighten aviation security“, and a further announcement by the Prime Minister on 20 January on measures to “strengthen the proection of our borders, maximse aviation security, and ehance intelligence coordination at home and abroad”.
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