Emergency Data Law, through parliament that will commit internet providers and telecommunications companies to retain records of their subscribers for twelve months.
It's called The Communications Data Bill and with its passing into law in the next few days will see the passing of more of Briton's privacy.
All Briton's texts, phone calls and emails will be stored and retained for one year.
It really seems that the general British public don't actually realise what's happening to them. They seem to be sitting on their hands in silent resignation. In a few days there won't be many who are comfortable in that position but a revolt isn't likely. And their government will erode yet more of their freedoms.
It is, the politicians will say, for the good of the country, for the safety and the National Security of Mother England and if you've got nothing to hide the
But they would say that wouldn't they.
There will be many Britons who would trust the word of whistleblower Edward Snowden
before the word of any politician,
including David Cameron...