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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - National Crime Agency
The National Crime Agency (NCA) is a proposed national law enforcement agency in the United Kingdom, serving as a replacement for the existing Serious Organised Crime Agency. The new agency will be launched by 2013 by virtue of the Crime and Courts Bill and also include the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre and parts of the National Policing Improvement Agency. Some of the responsibilities of the UK Border Agency will also fall to the new Agency. - Source: Wikipedia
Videos warning soccer fans against paying for sex with children at the World Cup will be played on Brazil-bound flights from England.
Three people have been arrested after a second investigation into football match-fixing was launched following reports that a player agreed to rig a game in the second-tier of English football in return for cash.
British lawmakers on Tuesday demanded the government water down plans to keep track of phone calls, email and Internet activity _ a bill critics dub a "snooper's charter."