31 December 2005
“Interoperability” - the end of checks and balances on EU databases
UK: Shoredtich’s digital expansion a “21st century Big Brother”
Spain: Galician nationalist youths accused of terrorism
UK: Child asylum seekers left traumatised by their treatment
EU/Africa: Migrant deaths at sea persist as focus shifts into African mainland
UK: Deportation a “regrettable mistake”
EU: Galileo satellite launched
Italy: Antiterrorist law amendments - exceptional but permanent
Germany: Expected ECHR ruling on forced use of semetics
UK: ASBO credibility dented by hypocrisy
UK/USA: Clark approves Babar’s extradition to USA
Poland: Government planning US missile defence system?
EU: Commission preparing less military exemptions from competition
UK:Prison population highest in Europe
UK: Bullying and intimidation claims at “squalid” prison
UK: Racism in prisons
UK/Spain: RVF leaders jailed
Italy: “Islamaphobic” discourse becoming norm
UK/Austria: “Holocaust denier” arrested
Italy: Criminalisation of train protestors in Valsusa
UK: No charges against officers who killed Harry Stanley
UK: Menezes shoot-to-kill file to CPS
Germany: PPP - Police-private partnership?
Germany/USA: Court upholds Guantanamo prisoner’s residency rights
How Germany benefits from torture abroad
Our “freedom”, their labour: a “tradesman’s entrance” for “Fortress Europe”
The EU’s Police Chiefs Task Force (PCTF) - a story of self-regulation by a body with no legal status
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