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Trevi Group

Volume 174: debated on Thursday 14 June 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department when he next intends to meet other members of the Trevi group to discuss the implications of open frontiers on levels of drug smuggling and terrorist activity.

My right hon. and learned Friend is attending meetings of Trevi Ministers in Dublin today and tomorrow at which progress is strengthening police co-operation with a view to the implementation of the single European market will be reviewed. The Government are strongly committed to such co-operation, while believing that checks at United Kingdom ports and airports will continue to play a necessary part in combatting terrorism, drug trafficking and other crimes.