Control orders to be scrapped, says Home Secretary

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New measures to replace control orders have been revealed by the home secretary after a review of counter-terrorism powers.

The control order regime should now be scrapped by the end of the year and replaced with T-Pims (Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures).

Outlining the plans to Parliament, Home Secretary Theresa May said the new regime would "better focused".

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