- What does Brexit mean for UK-EU security and police cooperation?
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- What is the background to the report?
- What were the terms of reference for the inquiry?
- What were the key questions raised at the evidence stage?
- What were the committee’s recommendations?
- What are the implications for the preparations in relation to Brexit?
- Are there any further ongoing inquiries on this subject?
Public Law analysis: Cooperating in the fight against crime and terrorism has been identified as one of the twelve guiding principles in the Brexit negotiations. Rosemary Davidson, barrister at 6 KBW College Hill, considers the findings of the House of Lords EU Select Committee in their report, ‘Brexit: Future UK-EU Security and Police Cooperation.’
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