Spy on people, just not on *us* (us MPs, that is)

Really, no comment on the awesomeness that is the UK Parliament
MPs are to hold an emergency debate on the Wilson doctrine, amid fears the convention designed to prevent politicians' communications being spied upon is "dead".
The Investigatory Powers Tribunal has ruled the convention has no legal basis.
Shadow Commons leader Chris Bryant led a successful application in the Commons for an emergency debate in response to Wednesday's judgment.
Mr Bryant said the judgment had resulted in an ``ambiguity'' which needed to be cleared up urgently, adding it had also cast doubt on the protections supposedly afforded by the convention
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