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E-Commerce, delivery services and the illicit tobacco trade

This paper xamines the exploitation of the internet and delivery services in relation to illicit trade in

Machine learning algorithms and police decision-making

This report seeks to critically assess specific multidisciplinary issues relevant to the use of machine learning algorithms

Take back control?

The impression given to the UK public has been of an immigration system that is out of

Negotiating Brexit: policing and criminal justice

Failure to secure a new agreement on policing and criminal justice after Brexit will make it harder

It can be stopped

Our report, It Can Be Stopped, launched today with a foreword from the Rt Hon Iain Duncan

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By Alexander Babuta; Cathy Haenlein; Alexandria Reid

This paper xamines the exploitation of the internet and delivery services in relation to illicit trade in tobacco products in…

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By Alexander Babuta; Marion Oswald; Christine Rinik

This report seeks to critically assess specific multidisciplinary issues relevant to the use of machine learning algorithms for policing, and…

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By Jonathan Thomas

The impression given to the UK public has been of an immigration system that is out of control. Successive UK…

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By Tim Durrant; Lewis Lloyd; Maddy Thimont Jack

Failure to secure a new agreement on policing and criminal justice after Brexit will make it harder to extradite dangerous…

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By Rory Geoghegan

Our report, It Can Be Stopped, launched today with a foreword from the Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith MP, sets…

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By David Goodhart

Despite the Windrush scandal the UK’s border is now far more “fit for purpose” than it was 10 years ago…

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By Camino Mortera-Martinez

The European Union has woken up to the threat of cyber attacks, but it’s coming late to the party. The…

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By Adam Hug (ed.)

Closing the Door: the challenge facing activists from the former Soviet Union seeking asylum or refuge examines how countries, particularly…

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By Sophia Besch; Ian Bond; Camino Mortera-Martinez

The UK and European Union would both benefit from co-operating closely on foreign policy, defence, and justice and home affairs…

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