Majority of Britons think the state should have more surveillance powers

Over half of British people support an increase in powers for the intelligence services.

A YouGov poll, commissioned by the Sunday Times, asked Britons if they think phone and internet providers should be required to retain everyone's data.

This data includes internet browsing history, emails, voice calls, social media interactions and text messages and would be available to police and intelligence agencies.

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