28 February 1994
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UK: New Police Bill under attack
UK: DNA suspects database
UK: Stop and search figures
Denmark: Norrebro cases
EU: European police cooperation
UK: Silcott appeal rejected
UK: Right to silence campaign
UK: Bridgewater case: new developments
UK: Defeat conceded on magistrates courts
UK-USA sign crime treaty
Northern Ireland: Stalker Report
Northern Ireland: Marines acquitted
Northern Ireland: Right to Silence
Northern Ireland: Mary Reid and Phone-Tapping
Ireland: Section 31 dropped
UK: Police round-up anti-fascists
Germany: racists attacks
Holland: fascist `security' group
Europe: Fascist links: Austria-Germany-Denmark
UK: MI5/MI6 - Trick or Treat?
Holland: PKK to be monitored
Denmark: bugging case surfaces
EU: Secret meetings 1993
EU: Commission migration paper
EU: Schengen Information System (SIS)
Switzerland: Tamil refugees to be deported
Switzerland: changes to Alien's law
Swiss-German contract on `illegals’
France: immigration police set up
Holland: new Aliens Act
UK: Mass detention and deportation
UK: Home Office bound by its own policy
UK: Lies and statistics
UK: Local police authorities: accountable quangoes?
EU secrecy law
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