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#Border controls

From TheJournal.ie 'Unjustified invasion of privacy': New Zealand customs given power to demand access to your device Hand It Over

'Unjustified invasion of privacy': New Zealand customs given power to demand access to your device

Border guards now have the power to demand your passwords and pins to open your smartphone.

From TheJournal.ie Custom checks at the border "necessary" outside EU, says UK government docs Northern Ireland

Custom checks at the border "necessary" outside EU, says UK government docs

Earlier this week prominent Vote Leave campaigner Nigel Lawson said checks would be needed to prevent illegal immigration.

From TheJournal.ie Former British chancellor: Brexit could force return to Irish border controls Closing Down

Former British chancellor: Brexit could force return to Irish border controls

There have been mixed messages from the Brexit campaign about the likelihood of border checks being reimposed.

From TheJournal.ie 'Mama Merkel' rules out closing the 'Balkan route' to Syrian refugees Migrant Crisis

'Mama Merkel' rules out closing the 'Balkan route' to Syrian refugees

A meeting on in Brussels also saw Turkey trying to strongarm the EU.

From TheJournal.ie France to EU: We need to wake up and defend ourselves against terrorists Border Controls

France to EU: We need to wake up and defend ourselves against terrorists

French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuv said Paris received no warnings about Abdelhamid Abaaoud.

From TheJournal.ie Number of asylum seekers down by one-third Asylum Seekers

Number of asylum seekers down by one-third

New figures show a continuing fall in the number of people applying for asylum – now just over one-tenth of what it was in 2002.