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The Committee recommends that the Government should seek to maintain the closest possiblecooperation with the EU on family justice matters, and in particular to retain a systemfor mutual recognition and enforcement of judgments.
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Justice Committee report says Government must continue to co-operate with EU on criminal, commercial and family law