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Ed Miliband: PM 'wrong to abolish control orders'

1 September 2014 Last updated at 17:56 BST

The police are to be given new powers to seize the passports of terrorist suspects and stop British jihadists from returning to the UK, David Cameron has said.

He claimed it was "abhorrent" that British citizens had "declared their allegiance" to groups like Islamic State and said the UK was looking at "specific and discretionary" powers to bar suspects from returning home.

Labour's Ed Miliband said the opposition would offer broad support to the government in its core objectives.

But he highlighted a "lack of detail" and said Mr Cameron had been wrong to abolish the system of control orders - which banned suspects from certain areas - in 2011.

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