28 February 1998
Cover story: Schengen and EU agree to extend Fortress Europe
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EU: Surveillance report
Switzerland: Into Schengen by back door?
Denmark: Still no control of Schengen
Germany: Fatal refugee policy
Germany: Taxi drivers face jail for smuggling illegal immigrants
Poland: New immigration law
EU: Attack on "bogus" marriages
Ceuta: Increase in asylum applications
Belgium: Asylum seeker death
Belgium: Security firms still deporting
Spain: Selling customer data attacked
Netherlands: Amsterdam has first gay wedding
UK: Police raid “corrupt” officers
Italy: Dutch police join Italian witchhunt
Netherlands: Article 140 “misused”
UK: Arms office for Chilean dictator?
UK: C18 leaders get "life" for murder
UK: Birdwood unfit to stand trial
UK: Stephen Lawrence - PCA report
Italy: Rightists fall out but escape jail
UK: Inquest attacked after "accidental death" decision
Sweden: The Leander debate continues
Switzerland: Referendum on political police
UK: New Labour and the enemy within
UK: MI5: historical files being destroyed
UK: Ports review - privatising control
UK: Informal Justice and Home Affairs Ministers
EU: The battle for openness
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