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Anther Swedish MEP, Christian Engström, has also called on members of the public to contact their local MEP and explain that they had been misled before the declaration reaches the 369 name mark.Sarah Gaskell, a spokeswoman for Open Europe, an independent think tank calling for EU reform, said the directive raised 'serious privacy concerns'She said: 'MEPs should have a serious re-think before supporting this declaration which would open up even more of citizens' personal data to monitoring and abuse.'People already have serious concerns about the EU's role in the erosion of their civil liberties and this declaration would only serve to reinforce those views.'The Data Retention Directive has been very controversial with some member states refusing to even implement it.

But civil liberty groups have hit out at the proposal which they say is a 'completely unjustifiable' intrusion into citizens' privacy.

Dubbed the 'snoopers charter', the £2bn Internet Modernisation Programme was kicked into the long grass by Labour after anger from civil liberty campaigners.

The coalition document released by the new Government last month was particularly vague about the programme and pledged only to 'end the storage of internet and email records without good reason'.

Written Declarations in the European Parliament work in a similar way to Early Day Motions in the UK’s Parliament.

A group of up to five MEPs can submit a written declaration by presenting a text to be signed by their colleagues.