凌波微步专解跑狗图110期

时间: 2019-11-16 23:54:21 凌波微步专解跑狗图110期 热te46t34fawtwe:99℃

Emergency laws are to be rushed through Parliament to avoid police losing the ability to arrest dangerous wanted foreign criminals and have to let them go in the event of a no deal Brexit.

The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) revealed laws have been drafted in the last two weeks as from October 31 they will no longer be able to arrest a wanted EU criminal on the spot but would instead have to seek a warrant from a magistrates court if there is a no deal.

“An officer could be in the unenviable position where [a criminal] is wanted for burglary in France and can’t do anything about it,” said Richard Martin, the NPCC’s lead on post Brexit police powers.

At present, any criminal identified...

Emergency laws are to be rushed through Parliament to avoid police losing the ability to arrest dangerous wanted foreign criminals and have to let them go in the event of a no deal Brexit.

The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) revealed laws have been drafted in the last two weeks as from October 31 they will no longer be able to arrest a wanted EU criminal on the spot but would instead have to seek a warrant from a magistrates court if there is a no deal.

“An officer could be in the unenviable position where [a criminal] is wanted for burglary in France and can’t do anything about it,” said Richard Martin, the NPCC’s lead on post Brexit police powers.

At present, any criminal identified...

Emergency laws are to be rushed through Parliament to avoid police losing the ability to arrest dangerous wanted foreign criminals and have to let them go in the event of a no deal Brexit.

The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) revealed laws have been drafted in the last two weeks as from October 31 they will no longer be able to arrest a wanted EU criminal on the spot but would instead have to seek a warrant from a magistrates court if there is a no deal.

“An officer could be in the unenviable position where [a criminal] is wanted for burglary in France and can’t do anything about it,” said Richard Martin, the NPCC’s lead on post Brexit police powers.

At present, any criminal identified...

Emergency laws are to be rushed through Parliament to avoid police losing the ability to arrest dangerous wanted foreign criminals and have to let them go in the event of a no deal Brexit.

The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) revealed laws have been drafted in the last two weeks as from October 31 they will no longer be able to arrest a wanted EU criminal on the spot but would instead have to seek a warrant from a magistrates court if there is a no deal.

“An officer could be in the unenviable position where [a criminal] is wanted for burglary in France and can’t do anything about it,” said Richard Martin, the NPCC’s lead on post Brexit police powers.

At present, any criminal identified...