MPs to investigate police DNA arrests

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Home affairs committee to look into claims that the police are arresting suspects to secure DNA for database

Police arresting to secure DNA The Commons Home Affairs Committee is to investigate a claim by government advisers that police are arresting suspects simply to secure DNA material for the databas...

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