Tories in 
battle with Brussels over crime powers

HOME Secretary Theresa May is set to confirm today that the UK will look to opt out of 130 EU-wide crime, justice and policing policies, risking a deepening row with coalition partners the Liberal Democrats.
The move was welcomed by Conservative MPs who had previously demanded an opt-out, with Prime Minister David Cameron facing growing pressure from anti-EU Tories unhappy with the current relationship with Europe.
But critics warned such a move could assist criminals through the scrapping of European arrest warrants – one of the measures included.
Rotherham MP Denis MacShane, former... read more

 
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