Governments delay security moves

Governments delay security moves


The European Commission last week said European Union governments were failing to implement rules aimed at strengthening police and judicial co-operation across the bloc. European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso Barroso said EU member states were not changing national legislation to comply with EU-wide rules in the fields of police and judicial matters. “All governments agree on the fight against terrorism ... and security is not seen as a national issue, but we also need the means to a...


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