UK Border Force Charged with Not Properly Screening Private Aircraft Arrivals

AINalerts » December 12, 2013
December 12, 2013, 2:48 PM

The UK parliament’s Public Accounts Committee has highlighted a failure on the part of the country’s Border Force to adequately screen private aircraft arrivals. In a December 10 report, the committee said this was one outcome from recent staffing cuts at the agency and it also criticized failures in the Border Force’s IT system that allegedly give staff inadequate access to passenger information. The report claimed failure to check private aircraft could result in “potentially letting billionaire gangsters off the hook.”

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