Plugging in the British: EU justice and home affairs

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Publication Date 25/05/2018
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The UK government wants a ‘bespoke’ treaty with the EU, going beyond any existing deals the bloc has with other third countries on justice and home affairs. But the EU’s main guiding principle for negotiations with the UK is ‘no better out than in’. In JHA, this means that a non-EU, non-Schengen country cannot have more rights and fewer obligations than an EU member-state or a Schengen country. Both the British government and the EU have identified three main priority areas in the negotiations: extradition agreements, access to law enforcement databases and partnerships with EU agencies like Europol.

Source Link http://cer.eu/publications/archive/policy-brief/2018/plugging-british-eu-justice-and-home-affairs
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ESO: Background information: Britain’s habit of cherry-picking criminal justice policy cannot survive Brexit http://www.europeansources.info/record/britains-habit-of-cherry-picking-criminal-justice-policy-cannot-survive-brexit/
United Kingdom: Department for Exiting the European Union: Policy Paper, May 2018: Framework for the UK-EU Security Partnership (et al) http://www.europeansources.info/record/framework-for-the-uk-eu-security-partnership/

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