30 April 1991
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UK: Prisoners of "War"
EU: EC immigration
EU: Visas for Eastern Europe
Netherlands: Whistle-blower on Dutch security service
UK: The Kilowatt Network
Netherlands: Dutch domestic security service to clean up archives
UK: Nuclear tests
UK: Territorial army
UK: Official histories
US Bases in the UK
EU: Identity Cards
Netherlands: ID card debate
UK: Census Bill
UK: Repeal the PTA Campaign
'Europe: variations on a theme of racism'
EU: Italy signs the Schengen Agreement
Netherlands: Senior civil servant questions European cooperation
Netherlands: Dutch proposal for a European Police Institute
Netherlands: International cooperation Bill
UK: Thatcher to head Bruges group
UK: Know-how Fund
New Northern Ireland (Emergency Provisions) Bill
Northern Ireland: Irish Reporter
UK: Damages against the police
UK: Miners win damages
UK: Seven policemen sacked for beating man unconscious
UK: Black PCs
UK: Personal Data
UK: Government Data Network (GDN) link to PNC2?
UK: Police malpractice in Hackney
UK: Broadcasting ban
UK: Law and Society Association: Working Group on Covert Policing
UK: Frontier laws
UK: CARF is back
UK: Tottenham 3 and Cardiff 3
UK: Women in Prison
UK: Alternatives to Prison
EU: International Studies
UK: Prisoners' Accounts
UK: Private Prisons
UK: Prison Abolition
UK: Medicine in Prison
UK: Race and prisons
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