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March 31, 2000 |
The United States and Britain have offered reassurances that their giant eavesdropping network is not involved in economic espionage, a European Union commissioner testified Thursday. European Enterprise Commissioner Erkki Liikanen testified during a special European Parliament debate that he received a letter from the U.S. State Department and Britain. Both governments denied accusations that the American-led Echelon spy network is used to snoop on Europeans and European businesses. "The U.S.
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March 31, 2000 |
The United States and Britain have offered reassurances that their giant eavesdropping network is not involved in economic espionage, a European Union commissioner testified Thursday. European Enterprise Commissioner Erkki Liikanen testified during a special European Parliament debate that he received a letter from the U.S. State Department and Britain. Both governments denied accusations that the American-led Echelon spy network is used to snoop on Europeans and European businesses. "The U.S.
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October 15, 1999 | MARJORIE MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Prime Minister Tony Blair, with the first cross-party coalition in a quarter-century here, on Thursday launched a campaign to sell Britain on the benefits of its membership in the European Union. But with an eye on general elections in the next couple of years, the group calling itself a "patriotic alliance" stopped short of urging Britain to adopt Europe's common currency, the euro, which had been the original intention of the "Britain in Europe" campaign.
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October 15, 1999 | MARJORIE MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Prime Minister Tony Blair, with the first cross-party coalition in a quarter-century here, on Thursday launched a campaign to sell Britain on the benefits of its membership in the European Union. But with an eye on general elections in the next couple of years, the group calling itself a "patriotic alliance" stopped short of urging Britain to adopt Europe's common currency, the euro, which had been the original intention of the "Britain in Europe" campaign.
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