30 April 1998
Cover story: Monitoring the ministers - EURODAC to fingerprint all ‘illegal migrants’; Dublin Convention unworkable; new ‘crimes’ of ‘association’
UK: Campsfield: an unlawful regime?
UK: Carrier liability extended to Eurostar
Germany: Foreign Office discriminates against homosexual couples
France: New immigration law
Latvia: Citizenship law
EU-Baltic: “Organised crime” grouping
EU: Academics to the fore
Lithuania: Unachieved democratic transformation
Denmark: Constitution case lost
UK: Army has anti-riot chemicals
Northern Ireland: Attempt to bug Sinn Fein negotiator
Northern Ireland: Parades Commission compromised by Blair
Northern Ireland: 3 murder suspects ex-UDR/RIR
Northern Ireland: RUC computer spending
UK: Policing - the beat(ing) goes on
UK: National Crime Squad launched
UK: Cooperation between border police, police and “militias”
UK: Alton Manning inquest - unlawful killing verdict
UK: Inquiry into Wormwood Scrubs “abuses”
UK: C18 leader was police informer
Denmark: Nazi video encourages shooting named anti-racists
Denmark: Surveillance of political activity admitted
UK: Debate on MI5 file destruction
UK: MI5 update
Norway: Race files
Sweden: People to see their files?
UK: International row over waste to Dounreay
Northern Ireland: documents confirm collusion; Bloody Sunday; Multi-Party Agreement
France: Regional elections
EU: Europol to exchange unregulated data
EU: A step towards more openness?
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