Met Police Counter-Terrorism Lead discusses security co-operation after Brexit

Armed Police

EU Home Affairs Committee takes evidence from met police counter-terrorism lead Wednesday 19 October at 10.30am

Crime Agencies and police representatives discuss Brexit and security

Two Policemen

The EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee will take evidence in connection with its inquiry on “Brexit: future EU-UK security and police co-operation”

What are the Government priorities for police and security during Brexit negotiations?

Policeman in front of Parliament

EU Home Affairs Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 19 October at 10.30am

MPs demand the Government redraft its Forensics Strategy

Science and Technology Committee publish Forensic Science Strategy report

Lords examines Policing and Crime Bill

Fire and rescue under spotlight

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