10 October 2014
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UK: Police concede allegations over attempts to turn activists into informers are “serious” - An investigation has been launched into claims that activists felt intimidated by police who wanted them to spy on other campaigners
UK: Pressure group Cage files complaint over closure of bank accounts - Accounts at Barclays and the Co-op were closed in the weeks after spokesman Moazzam Begg was arrested in February
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