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The next government must abandon these plans and allow brave whistle blowers to expose wrongdoing in the public interest," she said.Liberty said that allowing prosecutions even if revelations don't damage national security would mean whistle blowers could face charges for leaking anything labelled an official secret.The current law on espionage is contained within the Official Secrets Acts, dating back to 1911, with the latest update enacted in 1989.The Law Commission — an independent body set up to reform the law — has closed a consultation on ways to improve the law around the protection of official information and is set to report within weeks.
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We've extended the deadline for responses to our Protection of Official Data consultation.
To have your say visit: https://t.co/U7XEfj Zv EC pic.twitter.com/IGnamefe6f — Law Commission (@Law_Commission) March 7, 2017 "Classified information is protected because its disclosure might harm national security, or damage international relations.
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Civil rights groups have called on the next UK government to abandon the Law Commission's proposals for an Espionage Act which could see journalists and whistleblowers jailed for years if they reveal information that merely embarrasses ministers.
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