EU faces attack over crime-fighting record

A CHORUS of criticism will be directed at the EU’s patchy record in fighting international crime and establishing comprehensive police and judicial cooperation when MEPs meet in Strasbourg next week.

The attacks from the European Parliament and Commission alike will reinforce demands for a radical overhaul of the heavy intergovernmental structure which now determines the Union’s response to organised crime, drugs, illegal immigrants, fraud and smuggling.

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