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Interesting maths, Chris.

So, if the Secratery of State works 225 days a year, they (or a trusted colleague) will need about 90 mins each day to carry out their lawful interception warrant duties in a responsible manner.

And if they actually work (or if someone is on duty) 365 days a year ... then that's a more manageble 60 mins a day.

Many ministers must spend more time than that having lunch .....

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