Günter Grass, Margaret Atwood and Martin Amis join 500 of the world's leading authors to demand 'digital bill of rights' to curb surveillance

More than 500 of the world's leading authors, including five Nobel prize winners, have condemned the scale of state surveillance revealed by the whistleblower Edward Snowden and warned that spy agencies are undermining democracy and must be curbed by a new international charter.

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Amnesty International suspects British intelligence surveillance, will take legal action against UK government

Human rights group says it is 'highly likely' its emails and phone calls have been intercepted by British intelligence

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Right-wing bloggers denied entry to UK for rally with anti-Muslim group

Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer forbidden entry on grounds their presence would 'not be conducive to public good'

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