UK Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Bill would give the executive unprecedented powers to bring in EU measures on policing and sentencing without any parliamentary debate or amendments
Statewatch bulletin, vol 11 no 1, Jan-Feb 2001
Statewatch bulletin, July-August 1996, vol 6 no 4
"DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS MUST NOT BECOME THE COLLATERAL DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE WAR AGAINST TERRORISM" - Press conference in Brussels on 3 December
Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Bill: JOINT STATEMENT FROM FIVE ORGANISATIONS - FOR LORDS COMMITTEE MONDAY
Council of Minister, Netherlands: Press Release
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