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Home Affairs Committee
Report published on Tuesday 24 July 2018. Government Response published on Friday 12 October 2018.
This inquiry follows on from the Committee's previous inquiry into EU Policing and Security Cooperation, which published its report "UK-EU security cooperation after Brexit" in March 2018.
This inquiry will examine the status of the Brexit negotiations relating to security matters and consider how the UK can achieve its intention of maintaining the "closest possible cooperation" with the EU in tackling terrorism, organised crime and other security threats now and in the future.
Evidence given by Sir Rob Wainwright, former Director of Europol and Senior Cyber Partner at Deloitte; Claude Moraes MEP, Chair of the European Parliament’s Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE), Camino Mortera-Martinez, Research Fellow and Brussels Representative, Centre for European Reform
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Home Affars Committee publishes Government response to UK-EU security cooperation after Brexit: Follow-up report