Vol 13(1): January-February 2003

Cover story: Free movement and the right to protest: Information, intelligence and "personal data" is to be gathered on: "potential demonstrators and other groupings expected to travel to the event and deemed to pose a potential threat to the maintenance of public law and order"

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Free movement and the right to protest

UK: Over 50,000 “innocent” DNA profiles on database

Italy: Terrorist suspects released

UK: Surveillance role for traffic cameras

UK: Media broadcast of CCTV footage violates human rights

Spain: Expulsions up by 63% in 2002

Spain: Failure of the quota system

Spain: Seven migrants die in Malaga police cell blaze

Netherlands: Raids criminalise migrants

UK: MOD targets Greenpeace

Denmark: Police chief lied about destruction of small arms

Netherlands: A chronicle of stop and search operations

UK: £250,000 damages for victim of racist police beating

UK: Alder police “walk” before inquiry

Italy: Twenty-three activists arrested for G8 disturbances

UK: Met police deny they are “trigger happy”

UK: Open verdict on Jason McGowan vindicates family

UK:Premier Services and the “worst prison” in England and Wales

Italy: “Mini-pardon” approved by parliament

UK: Fifth council seat for BNP

Italy: Fascists attack Muslim on live TV

Northern Ireland: Unionists halt Portadown mosque

Features

The new border regime at BugRiver: the PHARE programmes and  Poland’s eastern borders

UK: The worst law yet: the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002

Davos and Evian: protests and police actions

VIEWPOINT: The birth of the EU’s Interior Ministry? Tony Bunyan looks at proposals coming out of the Convention on Europe

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