Terror police told to put uniforms on
Plain-clothes anti-terror police at two of Scotland’s biggest airports have been told to put on their uniforms, the Herald reports. It says that officers at Glasgow and Prestwick airports have been told to 'ditch their civvies' if they plan to use controversial stop-and-search powers to interview passengers.
Police have been stopping travellers at ports and airports since they were given the power to do so shortly after the 9/11 attacks. However, 'insiders' at Strathclyde Police told the newspaper officers have been told to put on their uniforms after complaints from Muslim passengers that they had no idea who was stopping them at the airports.
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