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Britain Warned over Access to EU Crime Agency Europol

Britain could lose access to a crucial part of the European crime fighting apparatus if it does not agree new powers for the EU crime fighting agency, officials have warned. David Armond, director general of Britain’s National Crime Agency (NCA) told a House of Lords committee that the government must sign up to new regulations for the EU agency Europol by Christmas or it would be forced out of the agency by May, the BBC reported.
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