New EU police investigation co-operation alarms civil liberties watchdogs
Rahvusvahelised uudised 29 Jul 2010  EWR
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Leigh Phillips
EUOBSERVER / BRUSSELS - Long a refusenik in the realm of European co-operation on justice and home affairs, the UK has decided to opt in to a proposal that will simplify requests by police in other EU member states to investigate suspects in criminal cases.

The British government is calling the move a new "invaluable tool" in the fight against transborder crime, but civil liberties watchdogs say that the move will force police to investigate individuals for acts that are not considered crimes in their home country.

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