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More confidential government files have been found left on a train.
The Independent on Sunday says it was handed the documents, which cover fighting global terrorist funding, drugs trafficking and money laundering.
The files, which relate to a meeting of financial crime experts to be held this week, were found on a train bound for London's Waterloo Station on Wednesday.
A Treasury spokesman said the government was "extremely concerned" about what had happened.
Originally posted by paul76
I'm beginning to think these files/data are being left on purpose to undermine the government.
The papers were found on the same day that another batch of secret papers relating to intelligence assessments of Iraq and al-Qaeda were handed to the BBC after being left by a senior official on a train.
The confidential files were said to include details of how trade and banking systems could be manipulated to finance illicit weapons of mass destruction in Iran.
They also discussed methods of terrorist funding and the potential fraud of commercial websites and international internet payment systems
Originally posted by Dillons
I`m feeling hopeful about all this TBH.
This could be the real fight for freedom I`ve been waiting for.
If I`m wrong, then I`m more confused than I thought.
The documents apparently include briefing notes for a meeting of the international Financial Action Task Force (FATF) to be held in 11 Downing Street next week.
The FATF conference is due to begin on Monday at the QE2 Conference Centre in Westminster, opposite the Houses of Parliament.
The FATF was established by the 1989 G7 summit in Paris to spear. efforts to counter the use of the international financial system by criminals.
It has since expanded to 34 members.
"If only 2% of those assigned to perform military service should announce their refusal to fight, governments would be powerless; they would not dare to send such a large number of people to jail."
"More praise of peace is easy but ineffective. What is needed is active participation in the fight against war and everything that leads to it."
"The pioneers of a warless world are the young men who refuse military service."