THE TERRORIST attacks on New York and Washington DC have not just galvanised the developed world into military action, it has encouraged governments and international organisations to pass new anti-terror laws affecting travel, data protection, criminal investigations and money laundering. Keith Nuthall reports.

WHEN the first Boeing 767 smashed into the north tower of the World Trade Centre, it was inevitable from that moment onwards that new tough rules on air security would be put in place around the globe. It was almost pretty ...

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