The Home Affairs Select Committee said it saw no evidence attempts to stop the drug getting in had affected its 'ready availability' on the streets of Britain.
Police, the UK Border Agency and the Serious Organised Crime Agency were stopping as little as 12% of supply - meaning up to 30 tonnes were still reaching the UK every year, it said. In a report the committee identified a 'culture of complacency' at UKBA over cocaine seizures.
Wednesday, March 3, 2010
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