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Damian’s DNA

As the Guardian reports:

Damian Green, the Conservative frontbench immigration spokesman whose arrest during a Home Office leaks inquiry sparked a parliamentary storm, has won a four-month battle to have his DNA, fingerprint and police records destroyed.

The Metropolitan police told Green’s lawyers he is to be treated as “an exceptional case”. His DNA sample and fingerprints, taken when he was arrested, will be deleted within “a number of weeks”.

Meanwhile, for everyone else in Britain, different rules apply, despite a clear ruling from the European Court of Human Rights.

To Green’s credit, he does not want to be a special case: …

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    There is no way of stopping free movement cry a number of posters. Actually there is we chose not to take it. Easier to blame...
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    There should also be an investigation (and potentially prosecutions) for the use of British government money to attempt to influence the results of the referendum...
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    The Tories’ ‘Harold Wilson, heh? I’m waiting for her to say to her next party conference; “People ask what’s going on. Well, I’m going on!”
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    Did Russian interference alter the way you voted? Then why do you believe it influenced anyone else? Would these "victims" be the stupid little people...
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    Good piece, Joe. I, like no doubt many or all Lib Dems, consider free movement to be one of the main benefits of EU membership,...