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Date - 7th June 2018
By - Press Association
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Police and immigration authorities will be handed new powers to stop suspected spies and agents at the UK border in the wake of the Salisbury nerve agent attack. The crackdown aims to bolster Britain's defences against so-called "hostile...
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