I'm not going to get into semantics about the legality of the call etc.
What is curious about the call is the interaction between the two sides. The information seems to be flowing in one direction only. Its clear that the UK side is supplying info, for the most part of the call, yet the US side gives nothing much at all. I hate to label the UK guys chumps, but surely in such a call there would be a free flow of information in both directions?
Again the law seems to be one-sided with America and its agencies working across sovereign borders without reciprocation.
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