|United Kingdom: House of Commons: Home Affairs Committee
|United Kingdom: Parliament
The United Kingdom: House of Commons: Home Affairs Committee published a report UK-EU security cooperation after Brexit on the 21 March 2018.
The Committee warned of serious legal, constitutional and political obstacles in the way of achieving continued close policing and security cooperation after Brexit.
Flexibility in negotiations
The Committee warned that the Government risked sleep-walking into a crisis, by appearing to assume that the shared UK-EU interest in security cooperation would lead to swift and easy agreement of complex legal and constitutional problems.
|Justice and Home Affairs
|Countries / Regions
|Europe, United Kingdom