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The measure, which still has to be passed by the Upper House of Parliament, would mean that Britain could hold terror suspects in pre-trial detention for much longer than most other western democratic countries.
Earlier Wednesday, Brown defended the planned extension from currently 28 days to 42 days as a "necessity" in view of the growing complexity and sophistication of terror plots.