30 June 1997
Cover story: “Voluntary” repatriation and the surveillance of EU-wide demonstrations
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Netherlands: Amsterdam Summit: hundreds held, then released
Schengen: Danish parliament to have no control
Schengen: Belgian police chief criticisms
France: Government announces regularisation programme
Netherlands: Airlines carrying asylum-seekers face new measures
Poland: NATO exercise in Poland
Belgium: Crime Bill “targets trade unions”
Belgium: Police chief suspended
UK: Fascist election farce
Spain: Mugak launched
Portugal: Skins jailed for racist murder
UK: Big increase in phone-tapping
UK: Union ban lifted at GCHQ
Norway: People can see files
Switzerland: Analysis of state databases
UK: Prisoners top 60,000 as prison ship forced to evacuate
UK: Shackled pregnant prisoner to sue
UK: “Lack of care” death prompts call for review of private security
UK: Verdict in longest libel case
UK: CPS re-organisation
The Amsterdam Treaty
The Schengen Protocol: attractive model or poisoned chalice?
EU: Council U-turns in Statewatch case
UK: Immigration and asylum: new policies?
Italy: the new migration bill - an honourable compromise?
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