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RIPA. The bank of a river, or the place beyond which the waters do not in their natural course overflow.
     2. An extraordinary overflow does not change the banks of the river. Poth. Pand. lib. 50, h.t. See Banks of rivers; Riparian proprietors; Rivers.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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I would argue it's also fair to say the vast majority of RIPA supporters would be Brexit voters as their main concern was immigration and as such there is a symbiotic link.
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The FOI response to the Daily Post said only some information had been placed in the public domain concerning police RIPA activities and full disclosure would be of "invaluable assistance to anyone" committing crimes in an area.
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RIPA has been criticised by campaigners who say the laws were hastily passed in the belief they would be used to investigate terrorism and serious organised crime.
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