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Brexit: Fox holds firm on opposing free movement

Unregulated free movement of people after Brexit would “not keep faith” with the EU referendum result, the international trade secretary has said. In a Sunday Times interview, Liam Fox said he had “not been party” to widely-reported talks about a “transitional” period when free movement is retained. Chancellor Philip Hammond has said “it will be some time” before full migration controls can be introduced. Mr Fox said border controls had been a key element of the Brexit referendum. He added: “Unregulated free movement would seem to me not to keep ...

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Washington Post criticized for opposing Snowden pardon

Oliver Stone: Snowden ‘deserves’ a pardon The Washington Post is facing criticism after its editorial board argued that Edward Snowden, the source of the paper’s Pulitzer Prize-winning reporting on the National Security Agency, should accept some “criminal responsibility” for the leaks. The editorial, which was published Saturday, called on Snowden to either stand trial on espionage charges or take a plea bargain from the U.S. government. While the editorial called the issue of a presidential pardon “complicated,” it said “President Obama’s answer should continue to be ‘no.'” Related: Edward Snowden: ...

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Apple files arguments in court opposing FBI iPhone request

(Reuters) – Apple Inc submitted a legal brief on Thursday opposing the U.S. government’s attempt to force the technology company to unlock an encrypted iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters, one day before the filing deadline. Reuters: Technology News

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