UNELECTED Eurocrats sparked public fury today after their plans to spend millions on an EU police force were backed by ministers in the European Council.
The sickening presidential statement released by the Council calls for an expansion of EUROPOL, an existing criminal data sharing organisation, into a full blown investigatory police force.
EU officials, legendary for their SOFT TOUCH approach to law and order, have been asked to give EUROPOL more powers and controls to counter corruption, meaning the famously corrupt EU institutions would in effect police themselves.
The new measures come in the wake of the De Cresci scandal and the emerging tales of abuse from within EU funded migrant camps in Germany.
EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker refused to comment on the new order, and was last seen “tired and emotional” in a Leuven night club.