Criminal gangs will cash in on no-deal Brexit, police warn

The Guardian

Report predicts hidden market in medicines, rising theft and possible riots amid officer shortageCriminals will profit from a no-deal Brexit as they take advantage of shortages of food and medicine, according to one of Britain’s biggest police forces.Gangs could exploit the demand for scarce drug...

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OSCE launches anti-corruption platform for South-Eastern Europe and Ukraine


The Regional Anti-corruption Platform (ACP) for Internal Control Departments of border and law enforcement agencies of the OSCE participating States of South-Eastern Europe, Ukraine and Moldova was launched on September 19-20 in Vienna.