31 December 2001
Cover story: The "war on freedom and democracy"
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EU: The “war on freedom and democracy”
Ombudsman backs Statewatch
Germany: Campaign enters 2nd stage
Italy: Amended immigration law proposed
Italy: Genoa investigation conclusions “unacceptable”
Scotland: Emergency plans for protests
Germany: Deployment of armed forces marks drive for a “more active foreign policy”
UK: Mandatory Life Sentence Tariff
UK: Wormwood Scrubs court case
UK: UKDS to run new prisons
UK: Deaths in prison and under community supervision
Scotland: Criminal justice system “institutionally racist”
Germany: Cameroonian dies after being force-fed emetic
Germany: Police provoke clashes with anti-fascists
Does the EU definition of “terrorism” cover protests?
Scenes from the “war on freedom and democracy”, reports from Germany, Denmark, the Netherlands, Sweden, Belgium and the UK
EU to set up databases on protestors and “foreigners” as part of the “Anti-terrorist roadmap” post 11 September
Gothenburg: Policing protests - June 2001
The European Commission’s White Paper on governance: A vista of unbearable democratic lightness in the EU?
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