Government has "overstepped" itself on DNA database

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Two men arrested and not convicted should have DNA removed from database, European court rules

DNA can be collected from anyone charged by the police Two British men who were arrested but not convicted of crimes should have their DNA records removed from the national DNA database, accordin...

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