After France Attacks, Cameron Pushes For More Surveillance
British Prime Minister David Cameron is pushing for more surveillance in the wake of the terrorist attacks in France, but is he going too far?By Sebastian Martinez | January 13, 2015
In the wake of the terrorist attacks in France over the past week, British Prime Minister David Cameron is pushing for more surveillance laws.
On Sunday, the prime minister was in Paris, linking arms with fellow world leaders as part of a unity march that drew more than 1 million people out onto the streets of Paris to commemorate the victims of the attacks. (Video via France 24)
Then on Monday, Cameron was quick to argue being able to monitor communication was key to preventing similar attacks. (Video via BBC)