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Sunday, August 13, 2017

Britain ‘falling behind’ on counter-terrorism as EU links loosened | UK news | The Guardian

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Former MEP joins appeal to prime minister to drop opposition to European court of justice Britain needs to urgently clarify its position on security issues, senior European commission officials have warned, or risk missing out on vital new counter-terrorism tools. The commission has been revamping systems to identify who is crossing borders into the EU, and help dismantle cells that are financing jihadist networks, tackle terrorists who use fake identities and upgrade Europol. Continue reading..  show all text
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