11 MAY 2011
By James Slack | Mail Online
Millions of holidaymakers will have their personal details tracked on huge databases thanks to the latest EU diktat.
Countries will be expected to record air passengers’ information, including who they travelled with, the price they paid for a ticket, and even any meal requests they made.
EU member states would then be able to trawl their neighbours’ data to check for links to terrorism or other criminality.
Immigration Minister Damian Green admitted the directive would spark concerns about sovereignty, but insisted the databases would help to keep the UK safe.
However, Eurosceptics accused ministers of presiding over a ‘blizzard’ of ‘undemocratic’ opt-ins to controversial EU legislation.
The move follows anger over the Coalition’s decision last year to join the European Investigation Order, which allows member states to instruct British police to carry out spying missions on their behalf.
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