Up to a million people are on the national (U.K.) DNA database who have never been charged or convicted for an offence. There are now more than 5.3million profiles on the system, making it the largest of its kind in the world.
A new power will allow members of the public to challenge a chief constable's refusal to delete their profiles in court - but they will have to pay an application fee to do so.
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