I was just wondering what your view was in terms of the recent case C and The Policeand The Secretary of State for the Home Department in terms of the effect it would have on the use of RIPA. Am I reading it correct in thatit is saying that surveillance on employees would not be classed as a core function of the Council and therefore not within the definition of a specific investigation?
Another query I have is one of the elements of a directed surveillance is not as a matter matter or an emergency. Why then is there provision for an urgent authorisation to be made ?
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