30 April 2001
EU governments to give law enforcement agencies access to all communications data - existing EU laws on data protection and privacy to be reviewed to meet the demands of the "agencies"
EU governments to give law enforcement agencies access to all communications data
Netherlands/UK: Questions asked whether death of 58 Chinese immigrants was a “controlled delivery”?
EU: Justice and Home Affairs Council, 15-16 March
UK: Compensation claims for illegal imprisonment of refugees
UK: Charter jets for mass deportations
UK: Anti-deportation protests at airports illegal?
Netherlands: Iraqi refugees on hunger strike
Italy: New internet censorship
UK/Spain: Fast-track extradition agreement
UK: Reform of extradition procedures
UK: Police and army to deploy “unstable weapon of death”
EU: European defence: hidden agenda?
UK: Families reject “cosmetic” changes to PCA
UK: Damages for injury - but not for death
Germany: Racist stop and search: does not exist if not recorded
Ex-RIR soldier jailed for possession of loyalist arms
UK: Foot in mouth politics
Germany: Secret service informer exposed
UK: Repeal the Official Secrets Act (ROSA)
EU governments to back demands of the law enforcement agencies for access to all communications
European Parliament votes for “deal” with the Council on access to documents
Germany: International alarm at “anti-terrorist” prosecutions
UK: Asylum “non-compliance” regulation abused by Home Office
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