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How will exiting the European Union affect the UK's defence and security? Read analysis from Parliament's libraries and committees on the impact of Brexit.
Exiting the European Union and sanctionsExamines the implications of Brexit on the legislation governing the imposition of international sanctions
Brexit and data protection (updated: 27 July 2017)Looks at the reform of EU data protection law and what might happen after Brexit
Brexit: implications for national securityExamines the possible impact of Brexit on national security and Europe-wide sharing of secret intelligence
Negotiating priorities for justice systemJustice Committee report says Government must continue to co-operate with EU on criminal, commercial and family law
The UK and relations with IrelandExamines the implications on the relationship with Ireland, particularly, in regards to peace, security and trade
Implications for policing and criminal justice cooperation EU law on policing and criminal justice cooperation covers five areas:
Exiting the EU and security, law enforcement and criminal justiceInformation produced ahead of the debate on 18 January 2017
UK armed forces and diplomatic serviceInformation produced ahead of the debate on 8 December 2016
The UK and IrelandExamines peace, security and trade between UK and the Republic of Ireland
Future EU-UK security and police co-operation inquiryExamines the agencies that underpin security and police cooperation between the UK and EU and options for retaining or replacing them
Foreign and security policy cooperationThe implications of foreign and security policy cooperation with European countries
Brexit reading list on policing and criminal justiceThe implications for policing and criminal justice cooperation and national security
Brexit reading list on defence and security (updated: 12 June 2017)A selection of analysis and comment on defence and security related matters
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