Sir Andrew Leggatt has been re-appointed as Chief Surveillance Commissioner, regulating Covert Surveillance by the Police etc., but not dealing with wider issues and abuses such as CCTV surveillance spy cameras etc. in general. He is the most open of the various Commissioners who work the hugely complicated Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000
"The Prime Minister (Mr. Tony Blair): I am pleased to announce that I have approved the re-appointment of the right hon. Sir Andrew Leggatt as chief surveillance commissioner and the appointment of the noble Lord Coulsfield as a surveillance commissioner under the terms of section 91 of the Police Act 1997.
Both appointments commenced on 1 July 2004 and are until 30 June 2007."