The government's controversial anti-terror legislation will shortly become law after Conservative peers last night called off the game of parliamentary ping-pong which threatened to delay it until next year.
The House of Lords rejected by 172 votes to 112 a Liberal Democrat amendment which would have removed any reference to prosecution for "glorification" of terrorism. Offenders could be jailed for up to seven years for encouraging or inducing terrorism under the clause.Guardian report
Lords debate - Hansard Report
Terrorism Bill (as amended on report) (pdf document)