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It's outrageous to accuse the Guardian of aiding terrorism by publishing Snowden's revelations | Ben Emmerson

PUBLISHED December 2, 2013

The Guardian's editor, Alan Rusbridger, is due to appear before the House of Commons home affairs select committee on Tuesday to answer questions about his newspaper's publication of intelligence files leaked by Edward Snowden. Unlike the directors of MI5, MI6 and GCHQ, who gave evidence recently before the intelligence and security committee, Rusbridger will not be provided with a list of questions in advance.

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