Friday, 26 May 2017

Tag Archives: EU

EU data retention ruling goes against UK government

LONDON: The UK government says it is “disappointed” after the European Court of Justice said the “indiscriminate” collection of data was against EU law. EU judges said communications data could only be retained if it was used to fight serious crime. Its verdict came after a legal challenge to the ...

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UK govt drops plans to curb power of Lords

LONDON: The British government said it has dropped plans to curb the power of the unelected House of Lords, which it had been considering following an embarrassing policy defeat. In October last year, the upper chamber of parliament defeated the government’s plans to cut welfare benefits, a crucial part of ...

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Trump vows to deport 3 million immigrants ‘immediately’

NEW YORK: US President-elect Donald Trump has said that he will deport two to three million undocumented immigrants “immediately” upon taking office. He also insisted that a wall will be built between the United States and Mexico. In his first television interview since winning the presidential election on Tuesday, Donald ...

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