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MPs are preparing to debate plans to allow police to continue to question terror suspects after charge. But [home secretary] Jacqui Smith told the BBC the government was also looking at whether to bring in such a change "more widely" to deal with non-terror crimes. MPs will also debate whether to extend the current 28-day limit on detention of terror suspects without charge.
When people across the US find out that Al Qaeda is not linked to Saddam but is in fact a creation of the CIA and that the terrorist warnings are fabricated, the legitimacy of the Bush Administration will tumble like a deck of cards.