I am currently writing my English coursework to hand in tomorrow and would very much appreciate some quick help. I would like to know whether I should insert commas into a quotation to make it read better. Here is the quote:
Don’t Spy On Us is targeting UK based mass surveillance and wants to “let judges not the Home Secretary decide when spying is justified”.
Here is how I would change it:
Don’t Spy On Us is targeting UK based mass surveillance and wants “to let judges, not the Home Secretary, decide when spying is justified”.
Is this grammatically correct and if so, should I be adding commas or just remove the quotation marks and keep the commas?
Thank you in advance