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Russian interference: UK government 'didn't take action to protect the UK'

A report by the UK Parliament Intelligence and Security Committee says the government was "slow to recognise the threat" posed by Russian, so did not take action to protect the UK from possible interference in the 2016 EU referendum.

Speaking at a press conference, the SNP's Stewart Hosie, a member of the committee, called for there to be an assessment of what role, if any, Russia played.